Television personality Minnie Dlamini-Jones feels that it’s time to do more off-camera work again. Mrs Jones revealed her future plans on The Drive with Mo Flava and Masechaba Ndlovu on Metro FM.
Minnie Dlamini was the producer of her three-part docu-series ‘Becoming Mrs Jones‘ which followed her through her journey to marrying her now husband, Quinton Jones. Her three-part docu-series was also produced by her company Beautiful Day Productions.
“I’ve still got an appetite for television, sort of being on camera, but I do think in the next couple of years I’ll be moving very far away from on-camera and really dedicating most of my time to production,” she said.
Mrs Jones went on to say that she loves the idea of creating content and shaping society through art.
“I love the idea of creating content and shaping society…it’s beautiful, I love it, and I just feel like it’s the natural progression in my career. It’s a way more lucrative business than being on camera.”
Dlamini also told Mo Flava and Masechaba Ndlovu that whatever she has in store, Beautiful Day Productions will be the one producing.
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