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Minnie Dlamini is one of the youngest and most influential media personalities in South Africa. Born on July 7th, 1990 in Durban KwaZulu-Natal province, she is the daughter to Jabulani Dlamini and Queen Dlamini. Minenhle attended Northland's Girls High School after which she joined the University of Cape Town. However, she dropped out of school to pursue her TV career.

Minnie Dlamini wears several hats and performs exceptionally well. Her career is quite promising, and she has worked hard to make to the top. Minnie had her first job while she was only 17 years. She briefly worked as a promoter before joining Urban News where she worked as an intern learning how TV works. In 2010, she came into the limelight at a very young age. While still pursuing her studies at the University of Cape Town,

Since then, she has grown exponentially, both in terms of her craft and as a brand. We have seen Minnie grow in versatility — from presenting a music show to entering the male-dominated world of sport.

She is indeed a star who does it all: giving her all to her craft, running her own business and collaborating with various big brands, and even nurturing a happy marriage. Her achievements and the way in which she handles the many aspects of her life are a source of inspiration to many, with her “do it all” attitude being very admirable.

Her determination makes her a superwoman in her own right, and many lessons can be learnt from how she does things. 

Here are five lessons we have learnt from how she does it all.

1. LET LOVE LEAD

Dlamini-Jones understands the importance of doing all things with love, and this can be seen not only in how she interacts with her husband and her loved ones, but also through her love and passion for her craft.

Covid-19 has left people all over the world in great uncertainty as the plans they had for the year have been forcefully placed on hold, delayed or completely ruined and Minnie Dlamini and her husband Quinton Jones have found themselves “homeless”.

The couple are not out on the streets, however they are homeless in the sense that they had just completed the sale of their house when the coronavirus pandemic hit and resulted in the nationwide lockdown. 

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