ISIDINGO STAR TURNS TO FARMING
He's occupied with soil testing on his 30-hectare ranch in Randfontein, west of Joburg.
"This will assist us with figuring out what sort of plants will get by on our dirt," said Motlatsi.
"We will probably plan soil appropriate for lettuce, tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, spinach and different vegetables.
"Interestingly, our dirt is fruitful."
He said for the time being they begun with poultry and have more than 50 chickens that lay eggs.
"It's a decent beginning for a man who's actually learning.
"After Isidingo I understood I can't make due on amusement alone, and that is the point at which I began haggling with my uncle Romeo Seyama and we're exchanging as Ubuntu Farming," said Motlatsi.
He was as of late on the arrangement How to Ruin Christmas, where he played Themba Twala who was troubled in his marriage.
The prepared entertainer said he sees marriage as an establishment where a man adores and submits.
"It's significant for youngsters to develop under the direction of the two guardians under one rooftop," Motlatsi told the People's Paper.
Motlatsi said you don't possess your accomplice in marriage. Permit the person in question to be autonomous.
"Maybe that is the reason I've been with my better half Millicent Nkangane for more than 15 years," he said.
Motlatsi is likewise a funk soul performer and has delivered three singles, Is forever, Thando and Falling.
Motlatsi's fans can anticipate seeing him in the film, One Night Kwa Mxolisi on 26 February on Showmax.
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