Minnie Dlamini has revealed that she and her husband Quinton Jones are ‘homeless’.
The couple states that they sold their home and everything has been finalized, even the title deeds are not in her name. However, because of lockdown regulations, they have not been able to go house hunting.
The ‘homeless’ status seems to confuse her fans because that defines a person without shelter who then lives in the streets. That is not quiet the case with the Jones’ family as they still live in the home that they sold.
“I just realised that we are officially homeless. We sold our house, everything has been finalised but we haven’t found another house because of lockdown,” she said, along with a sticker that reads ‘I am not panicking’.
With the lockdown restrictions, the TV presenter has not been able to do much in the entertainment scene. However, as a way of giving back to communities in need, her Minnie Dlamini Foundation is looking to feed families.
Minnie has also started her own brand of sanitizers to help keep the country clean. She will donate the first production roll-out to the underprivileged.
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The Minnie Dlamini Foundation has joined forces with @jaguarsouthafrica & @landroversa to help feed those in need around the country who may not have access to regular meals during the COVID-19 lockdown and beyond. Through the initiative #FeedingSATogether we are working to raise funds to supply and distribute food packs and @mdbodysa hand sanitisers through the South African Red Cross using @landroversa vehicles. We are calling on and challenging any business or individual to donate and help feed South Africa Together. I challenge my fellow @jaguarsouthafrica ambassadors @bouwercarol @bobbyvanjaarsveld & @ttmbha to share this message to your followers. The link to donate is in my bio #FeedingSATogether initiative has already seen the delivery of 90 food packs to the Khyalethu School near Knysna, and with the help of the South African Red Cross Society (SARCS) a further 200 packs have been distributed to orphanages and old age homes in Soweto, Daveyton, Germiston, Brakpan and Benoni. 11 Land Rover vehicles have been made available to the South African Red Cross and will be used to reach vulnerable areas. Thank you @diageo for your contribution to the manufacturing of the hand sanitizers. Let’s make a difference together 🙏🏾🇿🇦💎