- Connie and Shona Ferguson have shown their commitment to a safe and fair work environment on the set of The Queen
- The power couple were seen in a post by Swift South Africa which is an organisation committed to equality in the entertainment industry
- The Fergusons were mentioned as championing the cause and being in full support of a workshop on sexual harassment education
The Fergusons showed, once again, why they are such a successful couple and so admired in entertainment circles.
Connie and Shona were both pictured in a post by Swift South Africa, an organisation committed to fair and equal environments in the entertainment industry, and applauded for being supporters of a workshop they had run.
The workshop focused on sexual harassment and discrimination and was held on the set of The Queen to ensure that the set of the show is a place where equality is paramount.
Swift South Africa also mentioned the cast and crew's commitment to change in their post:
"Big thanks to the cast and crew who opened their minds and hearts and took the pledge to play their role in ending harassment and discrimination in the entertainment industry."
Minnie Dlamini-Jones has taken to Twitter to share some mamma-to-be anxiety with her followers. The star is getting ready to welcome her new baby but told fans that she was getting overwhelmed while preparing her nursery.
Minnie feels like there is lots to complete before she brings her bundle home and mentioned how she was "exhausted" trying to do it all. She ended the tweet with the acknowledgement that she needs to call in reinforcements and that she would seek some professional help with her nursery prep.
Minnie and husband Quinton are about to welcome their baby boy and Minnie's followers sent her some words of encouragement after she opened up about feeling like she was "running out of time":
@MissRayG: "It's true, preparing for a baby is overwhelming ... I also don't know where to start . Good Luck"
@bobodelala: "Relax my darling and find someone"
@jessicanzimasa_: "Get all the help you can sisi you don’t want to be exhausted, take it from a mom"
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