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It Ended In Tears For Youngest Self-Proclaimed Millionaire

Date : 22 October 2021

It looks like it has ended in tears for one of the youngest self-proclaimed millionaires in South Africa born in KwaZulu-Natal Umlazi. Twenty five years old Sandile Shezi has landed himself into trouble. Sandile Shezi is a South African young entrepreneur who has made it successfully in the business industry and became a millionaire at the age of twenty three. The twenty five years old is the founder and CEO of Global Forex Institute.

This Is trading training institute that helps people to set up their own trading platforms. Over the past years it has helped more than ten thousand students. It provides first hand training programmers that full equips students who are beginners in the trading world.Sandile Shezi is also the founder of Sandile Shezi organization that aims to empower people more especially on education, health and wealth.

It was revealed that his journey in the trading industry started when he was still at school to an extent that he would use his money for school frees and trade with it. The risk he took really ended well as he found himself as a millionaire at a young age as he did not expect it. The twenty five years old also own properties that are worth millions. Sandile Shezi owns several cars that are worth millions including Maserati and Mercedes Benz G-Wagon.

The twenty four years old handed himself to the police in Sandton for defrauding his business partner an amount worth R500 000.00.According to NPA spokesperson Shezi appeared in Wynverg magistrate court in Thursday and was given bail. His case is expected to resume on the 24th of November. The millionaire is facing charges of fraud but he believes that he did nothing wrong. Share your thoughts and follow for more news.

Source : https://twitter.com/SowetanLIVE/status/1451420821851885610?s=19

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