This two media personalities, Connie Ferguson and MaMkhize have made headlines in the past from acting to business empires that they have accomplished. No doubt about it, the two of them are some of the richest female celebrities in South Africa, and they have the bling to show it.
In all of this, South Africans have always weighed into the matter with unanswered questions that who is the richest than who?
According to elegance7 media publication, it has been said that to settle the matter we have to take a dig into their private life from private property, cars, and designer clothes.
MaMkhize comes from a family of political background, and this might be one of the reasons why she has bagged money tenders in the Kwazulu-Natal region including the one for building RDP houses. But this is a story for another time.
MaMkhize took over from her mom's construction company and made it an empire, and it is called Zikhulise Construction.
MaMkhize's net worth is estimated to be around R300 million. According to the publication, a company's called multimillion-rand tender in eThekwini and KwaDukuza, where it was tasked to build RDP houses.
Back in 2012 according to the publication she was arrested for allegedly trying to bribe an investigating officer who was probing her for alleged tax evasion. SARS has accused her of non-compliance but the charges were later withdrawn.
To show off her finance muscle she showered her son Andile with a Mercedes-Benz AMG G63 valued at R2.3 million on his 16th birthday. Despite having a number of million-dollar mansion across South Africa she stays at the famous LA Lucia mansion.
MaMkhize also has a fleet of exotic cars with an estimated value of more than R22 million amongst the exotic food is the world's finest sports car and top-notch executive Cars.
Some of the cars that she has, is a Ferrari 612 Scaglietti, with around 3 million, Rolls-Royce Ghost, valued at 4.8 million, and a Porsche Cayenne Turbo, valued at R860,000.
According to the publication, Connie Ferguson is an outstanding South African, actor, model and business woman, which I can agree to. There's no way that we can talk about the entertainment industry and never mention her name, as she is one of the successful media personalities in South Africa.
Currently she is killing it as Harriet Khoza on The River and The Queen. A few months ago she just lost her husband Shona Ferguson due to covid-19 complications.
She was living a very discreet lifestyle like there until in 2017 when she showed off their mansion. There mansion, is a dream mansion with an exotic interior.
According to the publication and net worth is estimated to be worth R22 million. Some of the fleet of cars that she owns are a Maserati ($86,000) and a red Mercedes-Benz AMG 63 ($92,000) which her late husband bought as a surprise for her.
There you have it, you can decide now who is the most richest between the two. And don't forget, those are just statistics that are found online.
Source: Celebsnow: Zalebs
Source link: https://celebsnow.co.za/mamkhize-vs-connie/
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