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DJ Zinhle on why local and African brands deserve to be in luxury retail spaces

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DJ Zinhle for Era by DJZinhle. Image via Instagram
DJ Zinhle for Era by DJZinhle. Image via Instagram

House DJ and reality star, DJ Zinhle recently joined the iLifa Collective. A luxury retail space that consists of popular South African and African brands, a one-stop destination for all things beauty, fashion and lifestyle. When you think of luxury brands, South African and African brands don't come to mind, and DJ Zinhle shares why the representation of local brands in luxury retail spaces is important.

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