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Chiefs || Kaizer Motaung From Poor Apartheid Dropout To Multimillionaire Football Legend


With his fame and fortune in the world of football, one might think that Emperor Motaung was born rich. Growing up, the idea of ​​being rich and famous was reconsidered for him, but he worked hard to get to where he is today.

Emperor Motaung, known as Cincha Guluva, grew up during apartheid and did not have the opportunity to go to university. He only attended 8th grade and dropped out due to financial and economic problems. After leaving school, Kaiser started playing soccer on the streets of Soweto; then formed the nickname Chincha Guluva. He became a household name in his ghetto and was later discovered by the Orlando Pirates, where he was initially signed as a full-time player.

His extraordinary football skills, when Orlando Piers signed him, opened new doors in his career and he is represented in the world of international football. In 1968, Atlanta Chiefs founder and owner Dick Cecil and former West Ham United player Phil Usnam, manager of the Atlanta Chiefs, hired Kaiser Motown. After being attracted to the Atlanta Chiefs, he managed to shake the world with his football skills and became one of the highest paid players. He later retired from Atlanta and founded his own football team, the Kaizer Chiefs.

Questions have been asked about the sources of income of football legends. Motaung derives most of his income from his football career as a player, football club owner and football manager. As of 2022, he has a net worth of R812 million and lives a comfortable life, although he doesn't flaunt it on social media.

Apart from making millions from his football career, Motaung is also involved in other businesses. He is the mastermind behind Kaimot Investment, a management firm that specializes in managing financial assets for institutions and individuals.

Motaung also owns Kaizer Investment Holding Limited, which is believed to be his main multimillionaire source of income. He founded his company in February 1996 without realizing that he would become what he is today. It's like everything Motaung touches turns to gold. As the father of trophies, Emperor Motaung also introduced his children to entrepreneurship and they were good at it.

As a result of his hard work, the football legend lived a rich life, from driving the most exotic cars to living in mega-mansions. He is quiet and likes to keep his life a secret; Not much is known about the type of car he owns, but he does have a luxury car and house.


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