One player who has gone to social media to demonstrate how his brain functions away from the pitch is Orlando Pirates attacker Deon Hotto, who has made a highly successful investment in cattle farming that will undoubtedly provide him with a comfortable living for the rest of his life.
During the festive break, the former Bidvest Wits player returned to his home country of Namibia, where he was busy tending to his cattle and goats on his farm. He was also involved in the care of his animals, helping out wherever he could.
"My farm in Swakopmund, Namibia, is home to a large number of cows and goats, which I raise for milk and meat. I now have 54 cattle, but I am not interested in making it into a company at this time, and am only interested in using it for subsistence farming. When I return to my home country of South Africa, I have family members who look after my animals "Hotto went on to say.
It is fair to say that Hotto is a very focused and humble player, despite the fact that he plays for one of the three most powerful clubs in the country. Despite this, he decides to invest in something lucrative, such as cow rearing in his howntown, which is a good idea and provides excellent business opportunities for making more profit from money.
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