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5 Brilliant Brands Founded by South African Female Celebrities

5 Brilliant Brands Founded by South African Female Celebrities! Entrepreneurship is not easy for anyone. For the longest time celebrities have played it safe only opting to be faces of major brands but that has changed in the past few years.

Celebrities have discovered the power of owning the products they get behind. With the advantage of already having hundreds of thousands and some millions of people in their fanbases and the new age of social media marketing and influencing, half the work is cut out for them. Which might be a big contributor in their success in launching brands.

These celebs have been also smart in tapping into industries that their fans already associate them with. Whilst we do not know how much these brands are worth, we are taking our hats off for these powerhouse, business minded celebrity entrepreneurs behind these big brands. Check them out below.

Era By DJ Zinhle

DJ Zinhle launched her watch range early in her career and it has grown to be a popular watch range as her career grows. She recently collaborated with American Swiss which is a huge deal.

Connie-Body Care By Connie Ferguson

Connie Ferguson was one of the first to tap into the beauty industry as a celebrity. Her Connie Body Care range and Connie Men has been a success despite challenges along the way.

House of BNG By Bonang Matheba

After making the term “Champagne Darling” on her reality show, Bonang made a brilliant move creating her own MCC Brut Rose which has been a success since its launch.

Boity Toning Support By Boity Thulo

Boity is a fitness enthusiast and everyone wants Boity’s toned body. In 2017, the star launched Boity Toning Support, an elite weight loss product.

MDSkinCare By Minnie Dlamini

Minnie Dlamini has great skin and often gets compliments on it which might have prompted her newly launched skin care range.

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