- At a young age she competed in the Shell Road to Fame.
- Later, Jae became half of the duo New Generations.
- Jae returned to South Africa in 1999 to star in the musical extravaganza "Countdown", at the opening of the Carnival City Casino.
- Following a contract in Singapore, Jae returned home for good at the start of 2001.
- Jae is the first R&B artist in the history of the South African music industry to obtain Gold and Platinum status in the sales of her self-penned debut single Missing You. "Missing You" has since sold over 50,000 copies.
- In just two weeks, Jae's track "Missing You" was played on over sixty radio stations nationwide, ranking at No. 1 for 4 weeks on East Coast Radio.
- Jae opened the LoveLife Games.
- Jae was named by Cosmopolitan magazine as one of South Africa's 30 Most Awesome Women of the year 2002.
- Jae was nominated for two Radio Metro Awards for best Newcomer and Best R&B Artist.
- Jae was nominated for three SAMA (South African Music Association) Awards, Nominations were for Best Single -"Missing You" (N. B Music Records), Best R&B Album - "Missing You" (N.B. Music Records), and Best Newcomer.
- Jae was recently voted one of KZN's most influential woman in an online East Coast Radio Poll.
- Jae was the only non-Indian artist to perform at the Miss India Worldwide pageant.
- Jae was the support act on the Durban leg of United States R&B Superstar Usher Raymond's South Africa concert tour in November 2002.
- Jae was the KZN Department of Arts and Culture headline act and poster girl for their Heritage Day celebrations.
- Jae was SKIF's South African ambassador for the 2003 World Karate Championships held at the ICC in September 2003.
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