Since then she has been a mainstay of the country's entertainment industry for years. Your key to longevity in the industry is to keep reinventing yourself. In 2019, she told City Press that she was grateful for her longevity and success.
She added: "Every year I reinvent myself because, as a television personality, you are always worried about their relevance and when is your next appearance." Dlamini.
Members of her family later named her Minnie and it is safe to say that her name remains the same. Both she and her brother Khosini Dlamini grew up in Durban, KwaZuluNatal.
Meet Minnie Dlamini, Minnie is a versatile cheerleader. She wears the many hats of TV host, actress, model, MC, and businesswoman.
The star began acting at the tender age of three. Growing up, he studied film and media, acting at the University of Cape Town.
He had her big break in 2010. That year, Minnie earned a spot on SABC 1's music show, LIVE. Since then, Minnie has hosted several other shows, including:
At the time they met, Minnie Dlamini and Itumeleng "Itu" Khune were one of the most popular celebrity couples in South Africa.
Khune, the goalkeeper for the Kaizer Chiefs, was so impressed by Durban's beauty that various publications claimed that he paid Rs 1 million to marry her.
However, Minnie would later deny the report. In 2016, Minnie Dlamini and Quinton Jones went public with their relationship. The two, who had met
when Minnie moved to Johannesburg, had managed to keep their relationship a secret for two years.
They worked together at Urban Brew Studios. The two were in a relationship at the time, but they became good friends. It took Quinton a year to convince him to get Minnie to date him. The actress even said that she thought the idea of dating them was "weird."
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