- Mnnie is in Russia for the FIFA World Cup and she is loving every moment of it
- In honour of our beautiful contry, she is running a competition to win a trip to SA
- Minnie is part of a show titled From Russia with Love which will cover events surrounding the World Cup
South African personality, Minnie Dlamini is living it up in Russia and she is loving it! Minnie is in Russia for a show titled From Russia with Love.
The show will be shown every Saturday and Sunday morning on SuperSport 3 and Mzansi Magic. It will be on for the period of The FIFA World Cup. The show will show all the events that are based around the World Cup.
The 27-year-old actor and presenter made her way to Russia a few weeks before the action is to take place. She is savouring every moment of it and socking up all that Russia has to offer.
Minnie has stated that Russia has blown her away completely and gone beyond anything that she expected, ghaafla! reported.
“It’s extremely beautiful, the food has been amazing, and the weather is stunning,” Dlamini said.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Dlamini will be part of all the incredible events leading up to the World Cup and she will be getting started on the production.
As South Africa unfortunetly did not qualify for the World Cup, she is hosting a competition through the show’s production company which is called Beautiful Day and is co-owned by her and hunky hubby Quinton Jones.
The competition is out to find a lucky participant amazing trip to South Africa where all expenses are covered.
What a beautiful way to honour our country and show off it's beauty!
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported that Minnie has taken us back to the time when weaves were but a dream and hair was not a costly expense. She was rocking the Bantu Knots and she knew how to work it.
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