Allegedly, Minnie Dlamini Doesn't Own The Mansion Lounge & Rooftop Bar

Who is the owner of the new establishment?

By  | Sep 13, 2022, 10:46 AM  | Minnie Dlamini  | Top of the

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After festivities and celebrations over the news that TV personality Minnie Dlamini has recently opened her own establishment. Rumor has it that The Mansion Lounger and Rooftop Bar is not entirely owned by her.

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Following its grand opening and celebrations over the weekend, the new establishment 'The Mansion Lounger and Rooftop Bar is said to be not owned by Minnie Dlamini as previously reported. According to the screenshots that are making rounds on social media from the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission, it is shown that Minnie Dlamini is not on the records as a director or owner of the establishment.

Gossip blogger Musa Khawula has shared the information on Twitter claiming that Minnie Dlamini is indeed not the owner of The Mansion Lounger and Rooftop Bar. The names of the other two people who are potential director and owners of the establishment are recorded on the documents but Minnie Dlamini.

"Minnie Dlamini doesn't own The Mansion. The Mansion is said to be owned by a group of Afrikaaners who also own Thirsty Fox; Centurion. Minnie Dlamini is used as a front" wrote Musa Khawula
What has sparked the conversation on social media is that being an owner and a director are two different things. Especially, on the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission, only directors of a company or an establishment can be listed and recorded on the system and documented.
However, some tweeps believe that a number of celebrities are used as fronts in a number of projects because of their social standing and status in the media. Tweeps are convinced that Minnie Dlamini is also posed as a face of the establishment because of the weight her name carries.

"Teach us Mbali, the 2 guys own 2 establishments so far.. And perhaps even more, they go around registering enterprises, opening bank accounts and then look for black female celebrities to own them, right??" wrote Sipho
"South African celebrities and being fronts." wrote Lehlohonolo
"As always doll. Nothing new. By now we know the nature of the beast. Minnie is just here to pull the numbers" wrote Siphesihle Manda
"70% of South African celebrities are fronting in these business and things that they claim to own, even these political leaders" wrote Simtho Biyela
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