Minnie Dlamini feels that it’s time to get behind the camera again

Minnie Dlamini feels that it’s time to get behind the camera again

- Minnie says that it's time to put her producing hat on

- Her three-part realities show ‘Becoming Mrs. Jones’ was lit and showed Mzansi her skills

- She will be producing under her production company ‘Beautiful Day Productions’

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Minnie Dlamini is a media mogul. She has worn many hats within the industry and she rocks them all. It seems that we will be seeing more of the producer side of Minnie in the near future.

Minnie recently stated that she feels that it is time for her to spend a little time behind the camera.

We are so used to seeing her in front of the camera and it is what is most natural for her, but Minnie is ready to put her producer hat on and slay, reported ZAlebs.

Her three-part realities show ‘Becoming Mrs. Jones’ was one of Minnie’s first shows that she produced. Mzansi was blown away by her skill. If that was a reflection of what is to come, then bring it on.

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Briefly.co.za learnt that Mr and Mrs Jones own their own producing company ‘Beautiful Day Productions’. It was sued to produce their three-part reality show and will be the company to produce whatever Minnie has in store for her future producer plans.

The idea of creating content and shaping society through art is what drives Minnie. She has a burning passion and we cannot wait to see what comes of it.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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