Some people have superior DNA than others. Then there are these families, who are likely to run South African football for the next century. In this world your last name carries weight more especially when you are a Moutang in South Africa.
If there is a first family in South African football, I would have to say it is the Motaungs. Kaizer and his son Junior played professional football for well over two seasons combined and currently they also occupy the hottest seats at Kaizer Chiefs.
Well running a tight ship like Kaizer Chiefs, a man like Bobby Motaung is needed, one who can make things happen but unfortunately he is often on the news for all the wrong reasons from court cases concerning fraudulent car loans, corruption and allegations of embezzlement. Not so long ago "Bobsteak" as he is affectionately known as was accused of signing mediocre players at Kaizer Chiefs.
Outside of his busy schedule involving the every day running of the family owned business, the unspoken Bobby Motaung is a family oriented man. According to sources the 50 year old Kaizer Chiefs manager is married to his wife of more than twenty years Eschler and together they share three children of which two are known to the media.
Bobby Motaung's son Moagi is more of a social media sensation as on a number of times he taken to social media to flaunt his expensive lifestyle, more especially the high cars he has access to.
On the other Nthabiseng the first born in the family has kept a low profile despite being a Motaung by birth. From sources Nthabiseng is a kept woman after she walked down the alsie in 2016 with Dr Irvin Khoza's son Mpumi.
If the current structures in the management of Kaizer Chiefs is anything to go by, it is safe to that Bobby Motaung's children are very much likely to be heirs to the throne.
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