Minnie’s wedding date revealed
DETAILS about TV personality, Minnie Dlamini’s white wedding, have finally emerged.
Minnie will get married in Cape Town, this Saturday, in two custommade Gert-Johan Coetzee gowns.
A source confirmed all the details to TshisaLive.
“The guest list is going to be a mix of her family, friends and celebrity colleagues. Her traditional wedding was star-studded and this is going have even more big names.”
“This might be the second time around but she is so excited and she’s so in love. Marriage has been good to her. She’s always happy and smiling and is really just on cloud nine,” the source told the publication.
As reported earlier this year, Minnie’s wedding broadcast rights were sold to MultiChoice for an insane amount of money.
Mea nwh i l e , Kwaito king Mand la “Spikiri” Mofokeng tied the knot last Sunday.
After 20 years of waiting and planning, kwaito veteran Mand la “Spikiri” Mo f o k e n g and his lady celebrated their white wedding this weekend in an intimate ceremony in Joburg.
The Ngeke Balunge hitmaker recited his vows to the love of his life, Rushka, at their ceremony at Oakfield Farm in Muldersdrift, Gauteng while friends and family looked on. Speaking to Daily Sun about his special day, the excited Trompies member said: “It was beautiful. This kind of thing only comes once in a lifetime, if at all. The whole weekend was dedicated to us. “My wife and I are very grateful for the love and support.” When asked whether he was nervous about proclaiming his love for Rushka in front of all his family and friends, he said: “I was a bit scared but with God on my side, who will I fear?” Spikiri said he and his new wife will be jetting off to the United States for their honeymoon, and said he would be making sure to spend as much time as possible with her in the future. Asked what he would like to say to fans who have been supporting him for years, he said: “Take care of your families. “Your wife is your life and there is nobody and nothing else like her. She is the one who will take care of you.” The kwaito musician said he had just finished working on the soundtrack to SABC1’s new show, Tjovitjo. Elsewhere, just a week after Trevor and Lucille Gumbi announced the end of their 11-year marriage on Instagram, Trevor is taking his story on the road. Trevor will allegedly speak openly about the “taboo” subject of divorce, in a show called The Divorce Tour. The show, according to Zkhiphani, “is the modern day love story which tells the tale of a 37 year old recovering addict and father, who, in a short space of time, has battled drug addiction, found love, created life, filed for bankruptcy, won it all and lost it all before the age of 35. A story not many people know, but can relate to”. The tour will kick off on Saturday, 4 November 2017 at The Globe, Silverstar Casino in Johannesburg.— DailySun.