Patrice Motsepe and his son on a mission to take over Mamelodi Sundowns
Family succession planning. Eldest son of Patrice Motsepe to take over at sundowns. He will be the youngest chairman in the world.
Mamelodi Sundowns will be run by Patrice Motsepe's oldest son‚ Thlopie Motsepe‚ as chairman of the club. Patrice Motsepe has uncovered that plans are set up for his oldest child, Tlhopie, to assume control over the reins at Mamelodi Sundowns if his CAF administration offer demonstrates effective.
Patrice Motsepe's eldest son ready to deputise at Sundowns if he becomes CAF president. The multi millionaire Patrice Motsepe already has plan that if he win he will politely step aside from Mamelodi Sundowns. He will retire from the jersey of president as soon as he win the president at CAF.
Patrice Motsepe is a South African mining businessman and the first multi millionaire in the country. He is one of the richest politicians in the country. He is the the founder and chairman of African Rainbow Minerals.
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