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DJ Zinhle is one of SA’s most loved celebs. Image via Twitter

‘Next level’: DJ Zinhle strikes jewellery partnership with UberEats

As she celebrates a decade of her Era by DJ Zinhle brand, the businesswoman and mom-of-two announces a partnership with UberEats.

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DJ Zinhle is one of SA’s most loved celebs. Image via Twitter

South African DJ and media personality DJ Zinhle first launched her fashion-accessory brand, Era by DJ Zinhle, in 2012. Nearly a decade later, the mom-of-two and music producer has announced a partnership with UberEats to coincide with Women’s Month. 

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DJ Zinhle’s Era brand began as a timepiece brand but it has since evolved to so much more. Over the years, the brand has been praised for its unique jewellery and other accessories like watches and sunglasses. The Siyabonga hitmaker officially launched her partnership with UberEats on Wednesday 10 August to coincide with Women’s Month. 

The star, who announced her marriage to Murdah Bongz on her reality show, said as a business owner, she has always strived for quality, convenience and innovation. 

“As an Era girl myself, I absolutely can’t wait to get my chokers delivered in under an hour straight to my doorstep! Now that’s next level”! she added.


Taking to Instagram on 9 August, DJ Zinhle celebrated a decade of her jewellery brand, Era. The producer and businesswoman said it was a “huge milestone” for her. 

“This is not something we take for granted & we thank you for supporting us since day one. We could not have gotten here without our amazing Era fam”. 


DJ Zinhle is the proud owner of four businesses. Era, Hair Majesty, Boulevard Rose and a furniture brand. Speaking to Channel24, the 38-year-old said it wasn’t easy balancing work life and her two kids. 

“I feel like I am working harder than I’ve ever worked in my life. We are working so much, With that, I rely on the support from my boyfriend, family and friends to help me with the load. It literally takes a village, especially in my life.”

“That is where the balance is. It is in the support that I have. Find the support that can help because you can’t do everything yourself.” 

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