Minnie Dlamini left 'homeless' by lockdown- 'I'm not panicking'

Minnie Dlamini left 'homeless' by lockdown- 'I'm not panicking'

- The coronavirus lockdown has brought stress into almost every house in Mzansi

- Minnie Dlamini recently shared that she is also facing an immense challenge in the wake of the pandemic

- Both Minnie and her husband Quinton Jones have found themselves 'homeless' as a result of the lockdown

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From people not knowing where their next paycheck will come from to others worried about their next meal, the coronavirus is weighing heavily on Mzansi.

Minnie Dlamini and her hubby Quinton Jones have found themselves in a stressful situation, even if it's not quite as serious.

The couple have found themselves 'homeless' after the sale of their home was finalised but the process to buy a new one was unable to begin due to the lockdown.

Taking to Instagram, Dlamini shared her anxiety with her followers commenting that

“I just realised that we are officially homeless. We sold our house, everything has been finalised but we haven't found another house because of lockdown. I am not panicking'.”

READ ALSO: Minnie Dlamini speaks out for the 1st time since Khosini’s passing

The presenter and business queen has been opening up to fans during the lockdown, revealing that slowing down has forced her to deal with the pain of losing her brother Khosini

"The pain is unbearable! I don't know what to do, kubuhlungu."

Briefly.co.za reported that Khosini passed on after spending nearly a month on life support last year and the loss has been difficult for Minnie.

But while her gigs may be on hold this celeb has been lending a hand in the fight against the virus.

Minnie launched her own range of MD Skincare hand sanitisers, telling the Sowetan that

“It is something that was in the pipeline as a way to grow and diversify the MD product offering. With the emergence of the pandemic, we sought to steamroll the roll-out of the sanitisers to help with prevention and further the efforts by government and other business to create access to them and promote hygiene."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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