Minnie Dlamini Jones recently hung out with Kwaito music legend band, TKZee. Despite her princess-like personality, Minnie’s a total guys’ gal. Coming from humble beginnings, Minnie has built a solid career and broken boundaries in sports entertainment by becoming one of the very first female sports presenters.
Their contribution to not only kwaito music, but the entire Mzansi music scene as a whole, has been invaluable. TKZee is a kwaito music group which is made up of three extremely talented musicians who formed the group back in the 90s – Tokollo Tshabalala, Kabelo Mabalane and Zwai Bala.
Taking to social media, Minnie shared a snap of her and the TKZee boys which was taken after their unforgettable after-party performance at the DStv Delicious International Food & Music Festival, which took place this past weekend.
Minnie expressed how amazing it was to see the legends perform and how grateful she was to have gotten to spend some time with the boys.
In other news – Christians of South Africa says Cheryl Zondi is an opportunist and a slay queen
CELEBRITIES have come out in support of alleged rape victim Cheryl Zondi. This comes after Christians of South Africa accused Cheryl of being a slay queen and an opportunist.
The association called on the courts to speed up the case of rape and human trafficking accused Reverend Timothy Omotoso of Jesus Dominion International Church. In a briefing held in Arcadia in Tshwane on Thursday, the organisation said it supported Omotoso. Read more