Women in business: DJ Zinhle and baby Kairo launch face masks

Women in business: DJ Zinhle and baby Kairo launch face masks

- DJ Zinhle and her daughter Kairo are making boss moves and going into business together

- The mother and daughter are selling beautiful cloth face masks for their Mzansi fans

- Social media users encouraged the Umlilo hitmaker and told her to get them coins

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DJ Zinhle and Kairo are making money moves. The dynamic duo have taken to social media to show off their matching face masks which will be on sale for Mzansi to buy. The mother and daughter are making sure to secure the bag during this pandemic.

Zinhle took to her Instagram account to share pics of herself and Kairo modelling the fashionable mask. The country's president, Cyril Ramaphosa, has advised all South Africans to wear cloth masks when going out in public. Many fashion designers have capitalised on this and have started producing trendy (and often overpriced) masks. Zinhle and Kairo have also hopped on the bandwagon and are now face mask producers.

Social media users expressed excitement over the new business move. Twitter use LedgerMusical said:

"Wow Zee. I got WhatsApp message telling me about this and to come online. You are amazing Zee. Congrats"

teko123451 said:

"Make money wena babe"

LadyCharlotte01 said:

"The masks are beautiful"

Khuliso__N said:

"You can see quality by just looking at it"

muuhle_za said:

"Goals mommy"

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Meanwhile, Mzansi celebs took to social media to show off their beautiful babies in the 'Oven/bun challenge'. Linda Mtoba showed off her pregnant belly and then her baby, Bean, afterwards. The challenge, which encourages women to show off their maternity shoots and babies, has swept across social media in the past few days.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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