Min­nie’s wed­ding date re­vealed

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - Entertainment -

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.

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