- DJ Zinhle is not just only a successful musician but she's also doing well as a businesswoman
- The Umlilo hitmaker recently shared bad news regarding one of her businesses Era by DJ Zinhle which sells watches and bracelets
- The official Instagram account of the business has been hacked but the musician has promised her customers that she's working around the clock to fix the problem
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One of DJ Zinhle's businesses has suffered a setback. The Era by DJ Zinhle's official Instagram account has unfortunately been hacked.
Briefly.co.za noticed that when you click on the account's link you get a message saying the page isn't available.
The DJ's business, launched in 2013, designs and sells stunning watches and bracelets.
The stunner took to social media to assure her fans that she and her team are working on fixing the problem, according to YouthVillage.
Briefly.co.za reported that the business-minded musician recently launched her fashionable face masks. DJ Zinhle took to social media to thank her fans after her Covid-19 face masks sold out.
The Umlilo hitmaker is certainly on fire when it comes to business. The DJ and her daughter Kairo launched the face mask range in June in partnership with Jireh Wellness.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Dineo Langa has been announced as the host of the 26th edition of the South African Music Awards (SAMAs).
The ceremony will be held virtually due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The SAMAs will start from 3 to 7 August and will be streamed on My Muze and broadcast on Mzansi Magic at 21:30.
The SAMAs organisers recently confirmed on Twitter that Dineo and comedian Donovan Goliath will be this year's hosts.
Meanwhile, a number of Mzansi artists and fans took to social media to complain about being snubbed after the SAMAs nominations were announced.
Artists such as Makhadzi and Master KG have not been nominated even though they had the biggest songs in the country.
Master KG's Jerusalema. The song has gained global popularity, with videos of people dancing to it going viral in France, Romania and now Italy.
Rapper Nadia Nakai also complained after her album wasn't nominated in the Best Hip Hop Album category. She believed that she dropped one of the hottest rap albums in the country.
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