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Forex Millioneir Thapelo FX And His Twin Brother and Ref Wayne With their own

South African has people who drop out from school but now being a millionaire because of Forex trading.



Refiloe Nkele, better known by his pen name Ref Wayne is an award winning currency trader, self-made millionaire. He was born in Meadowlands, Soweto where he attended high school in there, while he was doing grade 9 he started doing small business and developed a keen interest in Forex trading and cryptocurrency.

Then he droup out from the school on grade 9 and focusing on Forex trading. He is now making millions of money with trading and pioneered cryptocurrency in Africa. He also drives fancy cars which you can dream of, his collections cars all the these beast cars are worth millions of money which shows are expensive.

Ref Wayne also owns few expensive cars, he drives sport cars such as two gold cars one Bentley and one two door Ferrari. He also drives cars such as BMW M3, black Range Rover and red two door Masserati, most of this cars are worth millions of money. His cars they're also printed his name near doors.


Here we have Thapelo Mabitsela and his twin brother Emanuel Mabitsela and they are a South African Forex trader who the founder of FX Goat. Thapelo and Emanuel were born and raised in Johannesburg. Thapelo and his twin brother they didn't drop out from high school they pass matric and went to University of Johannesburg, while they were in University they were focused on Forex trading.

They drop out from University and start doing more about Forex trading and the year 2017 their lives started to change, as from now they drives most expensive cars in South Africa.

If they buy cars they buy being two cars because they are twin, on their collection cars there two whites VW GTI, two AMG Mercedes Benz and another Mercedes-benz A45 AMG.

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