Minnie Dlamini Jones toasts to 10 years in the entertainment industry with G.H. Mumm


This new chapter for Minnie is about celebrating new beginnings and personal achievements, which Minnie reaffirmed at the prestigious G.H. Mumm brunch.

The talented media personality’s professional career has placed her at the forefront of South African entertainment and sportainment.

“I can’t think of a better way to celebrate and launch those incredible moments. 2020 is the year that I turn 30, so I will be celebrating really big this year and of course, G.H. Mumm will be very close. I am very excited," said Minnie at her Sandhurst brunch this past weekend. 

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The brunch, which was held in Johannesburg’s wealthiest suburb, Sandhurst, was attended by some well-known and loved entertainment darlings, including Unathi Nkayi, Thando Thabethe, Asanda Madyibi and Noma Gigaba.

Guests enjoyed a bespoke 5-course food pairing made by renowned Durban-based private chef, Chef Lungile Nhlanhla. 

Minnie Dlamini
Minnie Dlamini

“This year is going to be a very amazing year for everyone. Everything that you wish for the year, everything you are looking forward to this year- this is the year of the dreams, this is the year to make it happen and I wish that on every single one of you,” the True Love cover star concluded.  

Minnie Dlamini GH Mumm

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Compiled by Afika Jadezweni

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