Dorothy Masuka was one of the most famous township singers in 1950's South Africa and a pin-up to boot.
She was best friend's with Miriam Makeba and wrote some of the biggest hits of that decade. But then she dared to write a political song about the then Prime Minister Dr Malan and was exiled for over 30 years.
After many years working as a flight attendant for Zambian Airways, she returned to South Africa and to music at the beginning of the 1990's.
Dorothy Masuka joins Jenni to talk about her tour of Britain with her Definitive Collection and will sing live.