- Mzansi commemorates Women's Month in August and DJ Tira is seriously playing his part
- The Thank You Mr DJ hitmaker has been using his social media platforms to promote Mzansi women in the entertainment industry
- The award-winning star took to Instagram on Friday to promote singer Nomcebo Zikode's new project
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DJ Tira is really supporting women this Women's Month. The Thank You Mr DJ hitmaker has taken to social media to promote Nomcebo Zikode's new album titled Xola Moya Wami. The album dropped on Friday morning, 14 August.
Nomcebo is famous for her smash hit with Master KG titled Jerusalema. Malume took to Instagram to let his fans know that Nomcebo has just dropped new music. Tira shared a snippet of Nomcebo's song on his timeline and captioned the post:
"My sister @nomcebo_zikode just dropped new music, check it out."
The excited singer also shared the news on her social media accounts, including Instagram. Nomcebo wrote:
"Finally my prayer has been answered. New music out tomorrow!! The Jerusalema hitmakers are at it again and this time it’s @Nomcebozikode feat. the GOAT @MasterKGsa with a different vibe."
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In other news related to Tira, Briefly.co.za reported that Makoya Bearings has been praised on social media for supporting proudly South African brands. The award-winning musician took to Instagram on Thursday, 13 August to share a snap of himself going through a box full of Minnie Dlamini-Jones' MD skincare products.
In the same pic, Makoya Bearings is wearing a Rich Mnisi poloneck. Rich Mnisi is a South Africa-based contemporary fashion brand founded in 2014. Tira captioned his post:
"Hello ladies. Something exciting is coming your way," said the star.
Minnie also took to Instagram to share the same pic Tira shared on his timeline. The media personality captioned her post: "Umalume is up to something."
Social media users flooded Minnie's comment section on the photo-sharing app to praise Tira for choosing South African brands.
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