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Take a closer look at the lives of our ambassadors.

#JaguarPeople view things through a different lens. They are driven by their passion to perform, dynamic personality and fearless creativity. Watch as the Faces of Jaguar embark on a thrilling journey across South Africa, with a mystery box emblazoned with the Growler. Their mission, to introduce the newest member of the Jaguar family. You can’t be complacent, or else… #JagYoureIt.

The real estate mogul, TT Mbha, has been seen with many flashy whips. He loves the finer things in life and his cars say nothing less. 

TT is well known from the reality show 'Living The Dream With Somizi' . We can all agree that his arguments with Somizi are missed. TT’s real name is Thato Mbha. He was born and raised in Pimville, Soweto. His love for real estate started at the early age of 16. His career took off from the Edcon Group and he says that Black Real Estate and Mzansi Cribs are his primary focus. TT didn’t come from money, so the high life is something he has earned from the ground up. 

He says that he was motivated by various challenges in the township and made a promise to self to make something big of himself. He’s now a JAGUAR South Africa ambassador, drives the F-PACE and has just released a new book titled “Tough Talk with TT - A 19 Day Reflection Of My Covid19 Recovery” which is available across all book stores.

Known for her magnetic personality and inimitable talent, Minnie Dlamini Jones embodies a brand of her own and has earned herself the title of South Africa’s Diamond. Minnie is a style icon, a true match for Jaguar I-PACE. 

Over the course of her celebrated career as a media darling and broadcasting powerhouse, she has broken a number of records and risen to spectacular heights, making her one of the biggest names on the continent. Beyond television screens, Minnie has graced the cover pages of numerous high-profile publications including Glamour, GQ, Grazia and business magazine Destiny. These appearances are testament to the wide attention that she draws through her infectious essence. 

Recently, her overall success in the entertainment industry motivated her to start her own production company, Beautiful Day Productions, which produced a smash-hit pilot series called Becoming Mrs. Jones broadcasted on Mzansi Magic As a philanthropist at heart, she has put the spotlight on various critical causes through her endeavours, one of which included.

Bobby van Jaarsveld is a South African language pop singer-songwriter and actor. Starting his career early in High School after receiving a recording contract, he has continued to release award-winning albums and go on to starring in 2 local movies and feature as a judge on The Voice SA. 

He aims to live a life of balance, dedicating as much time as possible to his family. Bobby lives an active lifestyle that keeps him fit and young. Driving the F-PACE there’s more than enough space for all three kids and his wife, and boogie boards to take down to the beach. Fitting practically and efficiently into his life.

Businesswoman, entrepreneur, motivational speaker, women’s rights activist, television producer and importantly mother and wife. She is an independent and forthright thinker. 

These roles have made her one the most recognisable businesswomen in South Africa. But aside from the glare that inevitably accompanies such high profile roles, Carol has created her own niche in the business sector while retaining platforms to recognise the role women play in the social, political and economic development of South Africa. 

Born in Rockville Soweto, Carol was encouraged to dream and her biggest dream was to attain success. Carol says she has never believed that women should be treated preferentially, but when afforded respect women thrive! Women want their fair share and for equal opportunity in the workplace and society at large. 

"I don't crave stardom. I want respect. Success must be defined by me."