- Minnie Dlamini has gone back to work after being on maternity leave foloowing giving birth to her baby boy
- The television presenter took to social media to announce that she's back much sooner than expected
- Mzansi celebrities and fans praised her in the comments, saying that she looks really good
Mzansi television presenter Minnie Dlamini recently became a new mom and she's excited that she's gone back to work. Taking to social media, Minnie announced that she's going to be back on our screens.
"I decided to go back to work earlier than I had planned and it felt amazing," said Minnie in her post.
Minnie added that she loves her job and she's grateful to still have a job during such trying times. The presenter announced three months ago that she had her baby Netha Makhosini Jones.
It has been an eventful journey for Minnie, she had a number of baby showers to welcome her child and ofteb shows off motherhood on social media.
Minnie's fans and other celebrities were delighted that she had returned to work so soon and commended her for working hard:
"So good to have you back on our screens."
"I'm just watching you girl, you look hot!"
"My lioness. Happy to see you back and glowing more mommy. More beautiful, you've got the sauce."
"You are definitely with no doubt, my slay goals."
"Why don't you start singing? It suits you Minnie."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Minnie Dlamini shared an adorable throwback pic with her childhood friend. Mzansi television personality Minnie Dlamini took to Instagram to share a sweet throwback that had her followers weak at the cuteness.
She shared a throwback picture of herself with her old friend Langa Mngoma and it was too adorable. Minnie had a sweet caption to go along with her picture with Langa. She reminisced on the days that they were younger and used choreograph dances together.
"This was the year 2000, Dr Langa Mngoma and I choreographed our group performance to 'It's Raining Men' at our modelling graduation for Roberta Alessandri Models. This was my first modelling graduation and we won the best duo performance," said Minnie.
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