Last two years on Episode 87 of the popular podcast, MacG hosted Sizwe Dlomo to hear his insights on a couple of topics ranging from politics to business to forex to etc. Now the interview was an hour and couple of minutes long, so YES Sizwe had a lot to get off his chest
During the interview, Sizwe Dlomo revealed he owns a total of 3 farms and he plans on buying more in the future. All of the 3 farms are located in 3 different Provinces in the country; one in Gauteng, another in KZN and the last one in Limpopo.
By the looks of things Sizwe really seems like he loves farming as he was mocked on the social media streets for actually wearing a farm hat and shoes on a picture with Black Coffee and Maps Maponyane during their outings at Maponyane's restaurant, Buns Out.
Sizwe owning 3 farms means he's swimming in Randelas as farms don't come at a cheap price. Some fans even said they're motivated to own a farm too. Thanks for reading, please share and comment in the comment section.
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