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List of some businesses owned by Kaizer Motaung beside Kaizer Chiefs.

Kaizer Motaung is a former South African footballer and the founder of Kaizer Chiefs. He currently serves as the Chairman and Managing Director at the club.

He is considered as one of the founding fathers of South African football. Motaung is also considered as one most successful businessman in the country, with interest also outside of football.

According to estimations made by TS Galaxy owner Tim Sukazi, it has been reported that Kaizer Chiefs is valued at R1 billion. It has also been reported that Kaizer Motaung has been involved in over 30 companies, with more than 14 of them still active.

We take a look at some businesses owned by the honourable Kaizer Motaung besides his interests in Kaizer Chiefs.

1. Kaimot Investments (PTY) LTD.

The Johannesburg based company is part of the assest management industry. It currently employs over 34 people across its locations. It has been reported that the company generated over $4.9 million per annum. There are two companies in the Kaimot Investment (PTY) LTD corporate family.

2. Kaizer Investment Holdings Limited.

The company was founded on 5 February 1996. It is under the financial sector and asset management industry. The company is known to be a money generating spinner but it is not known how much it generates annually.

Some of the companies that are owned by the multimillion Kaizer Motaung include KMS Marketing and Promotions, Kaizer Chiefs Telecoms, Kaizer Chiefs Publishing, Chiefs Village and Connectivity Partners.

Some of Motaung's businesses that are no longer active include Amakhosi Stadium, South African 2010 Bid Company and ZOK Cellular.

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