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“Quinton Jones ancestors are working overtime” – Mzansi reacts after this happened to Minnie Dlamini

Minnie Dlamini, also known as Minnie, is a well-known South African TV personality, actress, and model. She gained popularity in 2010 when she became the presenter for the SABC 1 Friday live-music show Live Amp.

Recently, Minnie Dlamini made headlines in Mzansi as reports surfaced claiming she might be facing financial difficulties. The buzz started when her skincare products were reportedly taken off the shelves.

It’s disheartening to learn that Minnie’s business, which she launched in 2016 with high hopes of success, is now shutting down. Reports suggest she’s struggling to meet tax payments, leading to the deregistration of her company.

Minnie Dlamini’s skincare range, MD, faced challenges as it couldn’t fulfill annual tax obligations for the third consecutive year since its establishment. This noncompliance with SARS regulations ultimately led to the company’s deregistration.

Musa Khawula shared the news, stating, “MD skincare by Minnie Dlamini has outstanding annual tax returns for the third time since it was initially registered in 2016. Her company has since been deregistered due to noncompliance with SARS regulations.”

Despite the unfortunate situation, some South Africans seem to revel in Minnie’s downfall. Mockery and accusations toward her ex, Quinton, flooded the comment section. Some attributed her financial struggles to supposed wrongs she did to him in the past.

One Twitter user expressed, “Quinton’s ancestors are working overtime xem, gore they want to see her burn to the ground, she did the poor guy wrong because he was trying to maintain her lifestyle, and she was busy partying with the likes of Sodi. It’s payback time, darling.”

However, not everyone was critical. Some suggested that Minnie may lack marketing skills or might not have been fully invested in her business. Amid the speculations, there were even suggestions for her to consider alternative options like applying for assistance from Sassa or finding employment, given the reported financial strain.

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