Minnie Dlamini Biography
Minnie Dlamini (Minenhle Dlamini ) was born on 7th July 1990 in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa. She is a media personality, actress and model.
Undergraduate student at the University of Cape Town where she studied film, media, drama and economics.
Secondary school student at Northlands Girls’ High School.
Minnie Dlamini Career
In 2010 when she was studying at the University of Cape Town she was a presenter for ‘LIVE’ where she covered ‘Youth day’ and ‘World Cup celebrations’ shows.
She later co hosted Mzansi Insider, a SABC 1’s lifestyle show. In 202 she resigned from the show in order to pursue a career in acting.
In 2013 she co-hosted Soccerzone with Thomas Mlambo until in 2016 when the show’s format was changed by SABC 1.
She has since co-hosted several local and international award ceremonies including the 14th Metro FM Music Awards, 2016 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards, the PSL Awards and the South African Film and Television Awards.
In 2010 she made a guest appearance as Miranda on the film ‘Generations’
2011 she had a leading role as Zintle Lebone on the film ‘The Wild’
2013 she had a supporting role as Nosipho Bogatsu on the film ‘Rockville’
Minnie Dlamini Foundation
In 2014, she founded the Minnie Dlamini Foundation, a charity organisation to help young girls have access to good education.
Minnie Dlamini Age
She was born on 7th July 1990.
Minenhle Dlamini Boyfriend – Minnie Dlamini Engaged
She is engaged to Quinton Jones. She was once engaged to soccer star Itumeleng Khune the relationship was very public and it was also the break up was public.
Minenhle Dlamini Married
Dlamini and beau Quinton Jones’ colourful traditional wedding took place in Glen Hills, north of Durban. Celebrities who attended the wedding include; Basetsana Kumalo, Anele Mdoda, Jessica Nkosi, Criselda Dudumashe, Jimmy Tau, Zakes Bantwini, Nandi Madida and Unathi Msengana.
On 16th September 2017 a white wedding was held at Lourensford Wine Estate in Somerset West. Dlamini wore a long white dress with a veil and her hair styled in a low bun. Jones wore a black suit with a white shirt.The theme of the wedding was all white and the reception was detailed in all white decor in keeping with the theme.
A three-part documentary special will be broadcast on VUZU AMP from October 13, telling the story of the prenuptial journey and wedding to Quinton Jones. The special will be called Minnie Dlamini: Becoming Mrs Jones.
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The documentary will touch on the traditional wedding, which was held in July and end with the white wedding, which M-Net said will show fans the couple’s love and commitment to each other.