Becoming Mrs Jones, Minnie Dlamini’s wedding come to television

Becoming Mrs Jones is a three part documentary/ reality series chronicling Minnie Dlamini’s (and Quinton Jones) wedding which took place on Saturday 16 September 2016 at Lourensford Wine Estate in Somerset West near Cape Town in the Western Cape.

Minnie Dlamini (now Jones) first came to prominence back in 2010 when she won the SABC 1 Live presenter search. Working along Bonang Matheba, Minnie quickly gained the it-girl status briefly appearing on Generations and later starring in Connie Ferguson’s The Wild.

Around this time one Itumeleng Khune was a hot ticket in the football one; he was the first choice shot stopper the Kaizer Chiefs and the South African Senior Men’s National Football Team officially known as Bafana Bafana. As it so happens, he had his heart set on one Minnie Dlamini.

The story had all the makings of the fairy tale; “a national hero and a national it-girl”. So time went on and the cracks began to show in what seemed so strong. Minnie Dlamini and Itumeleng Khune were not so invincible a couple as it appeared on the surface (Social Media). They went at it once, they went at it twice – all to no avail and so they called it a day.

As Charles Bukowski put it, “Gods will offer you chances”; and along came Mr. Jones bearing Minnie Dlamini’s happiness. In her own words, their romance is “a true and authentic love story”. This story will hit our small screens on October 13 on DStv’s Vuzu Amp.

“Becoming Mrs Jones is incredibly personal and the most transparent I have been in my career. I’m excited for people to see me in my new role as executive producer. It is the kind of work I intend on making moving forward in the local entertainment industry. Mostly, I’m excited to show everyone a true and authentic love story,” Minnie Dlamini




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