Take A Look At Kaizer Motaung Before He Got Rich! [See Pics[
By TheKasiSource | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 6601 views
When people start out chasing their dreams, they look a lot different to when they have already achieved those dreams and they now have money and influence.
When one looks at Kaizer Motaung's pictures from way back, you can tell the difference to what he looks like now that he is one of the Richest men in the country.
He now has a lot of influence around the country and the world of football. He is a business man and a ghost politician.
Motaung started the Kaizer Chiefs dream in 1970 and built the brand to be one of the big club names that are familiarized with around the globe, not just in South Africa only.
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