Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder maestro Junior Khanye has seen and done it all, he has lived the posh lifestyle, driven some of the best cars on the market and also dated some of the most beautiful women around.
During his playing days with his first and former team Kaizer Chiefs, when he made his debut many people stood up and took notice. He was considered by many as South Africa's next best thing.
With fame and money came all the bad influences he went to lose it all. From a one time top South African footballer to be totally bankrupt. It has previously been stated that during his career high he overindulged in alcohol. Khanye has since been able to turn his life around as he is currently a football pundit with iDiskiTV and also an actor on Mzansi Magic drama series Vula Vala.
Khanye has previously made is known that he was busy with his autobiography wanting to detail his past experiences on and off the field during his playing days. He would then use the services of well known author Nikolaos Kirkins. As of Monday, the iDiskiTV team has since made it known that the long anticipated book is finally finished.
The team would further go to mention Khanye's autobiography will be available on stores on September. Nikolaos Kirkins is one of the best well known authors, he also wrote the autobiographies of Teko Modise and Thembi Kgatlane.
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