Zinhle has been a DJ and speaker at the Southern African Music Conference for four years in a row; she was nominated by the Mail & Guardian as one of 300 young people “you have to take to lunch” which recognizes young South Africans who are making a difference in their respective careers and she has recently entered the tevelvision world in acting roles and a s a TV presenter.
DJ Zinhle has traveled all over the world, making people dance in Malaysia, Miami, Washington, Namibia, Swaziland, Algeria, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Namibia, Indiana, London and many more.
Zinhle joined a Gauteng based youth radio station as a mix DJ every Friday and Saturday where she had a mixing slot which was between 22:30 and 23:00. After showing her dedication to the slot, she was recognized by DJ Oskido who then invited her to join his Saturday Dance Show called Oskido’s Church. Zinhle was on Oskido’s show for over three years.?Oskido says, “DJ Zinhle is very dedicated to what she does. Many people enter the music industry for the wrong reasons but not her. She carries herself well in the industry and gives 100% to every gig and performance. We work well together and I value her commitment.
November 2009 saw the release of DJ Zinhle’s long awaited compilation titled “Feminine Touch” under Kalawa Jazmee Records. The album feature 11 of the hottest tracks such as Pepe, Another Zulu, Roots, So Young, So Bad, to name a few, which were produced by young, local talent. Zinhle says that it’s always been her wish to work with young people because they have so much to give.
Does not claim to be an official website, the owners or management over any supplier, service or content.
Will not respond to requests of a personal nature, nor offer contacts nor share intellectual property.
Is purely a marketing and brokering medium for South African Entertainment related suppliers and related services and therefore this resource reserves the right to only respond to official booking and quote requests for corporate functions and events.