Minenhle TV presenter Minnie Dlamini has pulled out of popular sports and lifestyle show Homeground and has written an emotional message.
Dlamini hosted the program which aired on Mzansi Magic 161 with Lungile Radu and she took to the internet to say goodbye to the show.
Dlamini’s farewell comes as the show aired for the last time as the final episode aired on Monday night.
A few days ago, the stunning host announced that the show was coming to an end and urged their fans to watch one last time this week.
Taking to social media, Dlamini wrote a heartfelt message to her Supersport TV family, including the Homeground crew and family she has worked with for the past five years.
“It was such a treat and a show that broke all the boundaries in South African entertainment. Most of the people in this photo work tirelessly behind the scenes to make us look good on air,” she wrote.
“Thank you for the memories and for creating magic on screen every week. Onward and upward.”
The entrepreneur also thanked her support team for their support and commitment, saying the show would not have been a success without her team and she hopes they can work together in the near future.
Dlamini’s co-host, Radu, also took to his Instagram stories to say goodbye to the show after five years and thanked his fans for their support.
Meanwhile, Entertainment SA recently reported that the South African TV presenter cherishes her swag.
Lately, the star has been collecting bags after bags and overcoming accumulated difficulties!
In yet another major career move, the media personality and powerful businesswoman announced her latest venture, The Mansion, as she acquired part ownership of the luxury location.
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