'All the people of Japan supported the Springboks' - Minnie Dlamini shares her #RWC moments

'All the people of Japan supported the Springboks' - Minnie Dlamini shares her #RWC moments

Minnie Dlamini-Jones was one of the lucky few who was able to witness the SA Boks beat England in the Rugby World Cup final in Japan on Saturday.

Minnie Dlamini
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Minnie Dlamini and her husband, Quinton Jones are still in Japan celebrating the Springboks big at this year's Rugby World Cup.

The main sponsors of the Rugby World Cup, Land Rover invited the celebrity couple to join them for a few weeks of World Cup festivities. 

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Dlamini, who is a South African media personality and TV presenter joined the Scenic Drive with Rian live from Japan to share some of the special moment that she witnessed at the RWC final. 

"I'm so happy I still have a voice - I was screaming."

Dlamini mentioned that there were a few South Africans in the stadium - but they were screaming and supporting the national team till the end.

"The people of Japan supported the Springboks and they celebrated with us. It was such a special moment.

"The afterparty was amazing. We partied with some royals and some former rugby legends." 

She also told Rian that she and her husband had lunch with Siya and his wife Rachel after the final.

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