Meet The New Face Of Era By DJ Zinhle

Congratulations are in order

By  | May 26, 2022, 12:01 PM  | DJ Lamiez Holworthy  | Top of the

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DJ Zinhle's jewellery brand Era By Zinhle is growing in leaps and bounds, and it is beautiful to see. The DJ recently announced that she was looking for a brand ambassador and she has finally found someone who truly embodies her brand and it is none other than DJ Lamiez Holyworthy

Taking to her Instagram account to make the special announcement, DJ Zinhle posted a picture of Lamiez dripping in an all-black outfit showcasing DJ Zinhle's cute bag and her sunglasses from Era By DJ Zinhle. She penned a beautiful note unveiling the new face of her brand.

"If you guessed @lamiez_holworthy, you were correct!! This gorgeous DJ, TV Presenter, Philanthropist & all round super star is the newest addition to the Era Family!" Lamiez also took to her Instagram account to share the exciting news and said she is honoured.

DJ Zinhle revealed in December last year on her reality show The Unexpected that she lost R500 000 in her business. One of her employees approached her about some shocking transactions in her business account.

Apparently one of her employees allegedly stole R500 000 from her. Sunday World reported that the DJ had filed a theft and fraud complaint with Protea Glen police.

The identity of the alleged perpetrator was not revealed at the time, but according to various media outlets she is alleged to be Phumzile Diko. According to Sowetan Live, Diko appeared before the Protea Magistrate's Court on May 4 and was granted R5 000.

The 33-year-old, however, has refuted stealing R500 000 from Zinhle. In her affidavit, as quoted by Drum, Diko said: “About the charges against me, I was in charge of the affairs of the complainant which included dealing with her business account...At all the multiple times relevant to the charge sheet, I deny fraud complainants and all transactions that were performed by me were at the instructions of the complainant.”

Sowetan Live then added another quote from her affidavit and she said, “Monies were transferred by the complainant [DJ Zinhle] from her account to my account to perform the duties as per her instructions."

“I earn plus-minus R3,000 a week, depending on the number of events I have been invited to. Alternatively, the biggest amount I have ever earned was R3,000 in one week which was during the festive season, that is December of 2021. It is in the interest of justice that I be released on bail… my intentions are to plead not guilty.”

She said her reason to plead not guilty is apparently because the state has a weak case against her “The state's case is very weak against me. I have not yet had sight of the content of the docket. Furthermore, I have R3 000 should I be granted bail.”

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