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Glamour SA recognises Gina Jeanz

By Jeoffrey Mukubi

Fashion icon, DJ, producer and all-round creative, Gina Jeanz, has once again gone one up, reaching milestones that only few can fathom.

Her latest endeavour got her an opportunity to be featured as one of Glamour SA magazine most glamourous women game-changers edition, in the latest issue of one the most celebrated lifestyle magazines in South Africa.

This was after Glamour posted her on their Instagram page that also saw other powerful women joining on the spread. She seemingly was surprised as she posted “shook” on her Instagram story then congratulating the other women who are featured alongside her. 

“Congratulations to all the women who have also been nominated,” Gina wrote on her story. 

According to Glamour, these are individuals and personalities that have been hard at work during this difficult year and who have brought a bit of sparkle in our lives. “Their work ethic is commendable and they deserve a pat in the back and some encouragement, “

The list includes other phenomenal women including South African A-listers like Thando Thabethe, Toke Makinwa as well as Kajal Bagwadeen.

Gina Jeanz who never seems not to have her hands on something recently launched her business which she co-owns with fellow artist Su that offers a collection of original high-quality art prints called Moonhood.

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