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This is how the got money. Check out how these people became millionaires.

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By BLUESKYNews | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 3916 views

South Africa has become a well known country because of the corruption and other terrible things happening in the government.The are many rich people around the continent but this ones will shock you on how they got their money.

1. Ronald Johnson he is a South African citizen who started of working for his father in a farm that used to sell grapes for wine companies. After the death of his father he sold his farm and used the money to buy shares in a food manufacturing company and now he owns the company and dozens more companies. He now has an estimated 11 million rands earning per month.

2. Livhuwani Masala used to work for house maids company. A man she used to work for as a maid saw potential in her and gave her a R100 000 to start a business for herself she used the money to start her own house maids company and now its known around South Africa. She is also a motivational speaker and her estimated earning is R2.6 million per month.

3. Percy Tau a professional footballer from South Africa who used to play for a South African team and back then he used to earn less than R500 000 but his determination and potential got him in a international soccer team and now he earns more than 10 million dollars per month.

This shows that no matter where you start you will always make it became rich .

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