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Makhadzi has her eyes set on winning… wants to be the next billionaire

2021-11-16  Staff Reporter

Makhadzi has her eyes set on winning… wants to be the next billionaire
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South African star Makhadzi recently bagged an R120 million deal with a local footwear company, Kokovha – and she has her eyes set on winning.

We love to see it when our favourite female celebs work hard to achieve their wealth. Taking to her Twitter account recently, Makhadzi finally unveiled the kicks she is affiliated with – and they are stunning.

Celebrating the latest business venture, she said she is the next billionaire. 

“It’s a R120M signed deal – done and dusted. Future billionaire Aa wee vhutshiloni ritshimbila ngau gobagoba… #zwivhuya zwitoda vhakondeleli #kicksfootwear kicked my poverty #unbeaten,” she said.

Makhadzi had teased the announcement a few days ago. 

When she made the big announcement, she shook social media: “When God’s timing is right, everything falls into place, blessings come together and dreams become a reality”.

“I am happy to announce that I have signed a R120m mega-deal, called Kokovha, with Kicks Sportswear, to develop and create amazing products that will reflect everything that I am and believe in,” she continued.

Makhadzi joins the likes of Cassper Nyovest, who recently bagged a deal with a local kicks sportswear Drip Footwear. 

In June, he announced that he bagged a R100 million deal with Drip Footwear CEO and Founder Lekau. 

Explaining the deal on MacG’s podcast, Lekau said: “It’s just a product, and we signed a contract worth R100M for the products. If it’s a sneaker or a T-shirt worth R2 000, we are going to make ones that are worth R100M up until that particular term ends. So, that is how much it came to…R100M”.

“If one Drip is R1 000, then we are going to manufacture 100 000 Drips – and that makes R100M. So, the deal itself is worth R100M – not to say, by the end of term, Cassper would have made R100M.”

- nalebrity.com


2021-11-16  Staff Reporter

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