Lamiez Holworthy, also known as DJ Lamiez, is a renowned South African Disc Jockey, TV Personality, Social Media influencer, Entrepreneur, and philanthropist. Born on June 12, 1992, in Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa, Lamiez rose to fame as the host of the popular SABC show, Life AMP. She is also prominently known as the chief host of the show “Living The Dream” on Tshwane TV. With a remarkable career in the music industry and numerous accomplishments to her name, Lamiez has earned a place among the top 100 female DJs in the world.
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Lamiez Holworthy Early Life & Education:
Lamiez Holworthy was raised by her Indian mother, Imelda Klow, and her African father, Enver, in the predominantly Indian community of Laudium. Growing up, she was proficient in English and Afrikaans. Lamiez attended primary school at Andrew Anthony and Sunnyside in Kwaggasrand. For her secondary education, she studied at Pro Arte Alphen Park, completing her studies at Laudium Secondary. In pursuit of her passion for media, Lamiez enrolled at the Boston Media House in 2012.
Lamiez Holworthy Career:
Lamiez’s journey as a local disc jockey began in 2010 when she started learning and mastering the art of mixing. Her talent and dedication brought her into the spotlight, and she became the host of the popular SABC show, Life AMP. Lamiez’s skills as a DJ have taken her to various occasions, festivals, and events, including Boiler Room, Cooler Boxing Day Festival, and Spring Fiesta. In 2019, she received international recognition, being named one of the top 100 female DJs in the world and one of the best female DJs in Africa.
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