- Minnie Dlamini-Jones bagged an incredible feature in an amazing visual art book that features 32 incredible Mzansi citizens
- The book is called In Good Company and it has been made to help raise funds for the Reach For A Dream Foundation while celebrating some incredible people
- Minnie’s undeniable determination is what got her a spot in this stunning book by artist Marc-Gregory
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The cat is out of the bag! Minnie Dlamini-Jones got to be part of an amazing book called In Good Company, helping raise funds for the Reach For A Dream Foundation.
Speaking about what this means to her, Minnie explained how being menyioned alongside these other incredible human beings is an absolute honour. The most important thing about all of this is that Minnie gets to help a charity, something she will always put her hand up to do.
“What excites more than the industry nod of being in the book is the fact that this is for a great cause. We're supporting the Reach For A Dream Foundation and that for me is really important,” Minnie said.
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Visual artist Marc-Gregory explained that Minnie’s drive is what inspired this feature. She “never sees a setback as a bad experience” and her independence has inspired so many. Using rain in the feature is Marc’s way of showing that Minnie never lets a storm stop her.
Minnie took on a male-dominated industry (sports presenting) and now reigns over it in Mzansi. Minnie totally deserves this jaw-dropping feature.
Minnie Dlamini shares snaps of herself on set of a chick flick she's filming
According to her latest social media posts, the stunner is working on a chick flick with other Mzansi actresses. For the past few days, Minnie has been sharing pics of herself on set.
Taking to Instagram stories, Minnie posted a snap of herself reading her script. According to ZAlebs, the stunner, who is hitched to Quinton Jones, captioned her post:
"It’s my first day on set and I’m so nervous."