Former Orlando Pirates midfielder now runs a very mean business and mzansi is eager to support him.
After the coronavirus pandemic that pinned down the world on several things with football and businesses being one of the most affected, peeps in South Africa and around the world are still making efforts to come out of the financial recession they found themselves in.
One of these kind of people is former Orlando Pirates midfielder, Eugene Zwane. Eugene Zwane tackled the lockdown head on and started a successful meatery in a disused butchery. Two years down the line and it's doing a roaring trade.
Soon, the greatest story of triumph will be about how people in business survived the COVID-19 induced lockdown. Former Jomo cosmos and Orlando Pirates midfielder has such stories to tell.
Mzansi tweeps who seems to be foodies on twitter are seeking to know the location of his business so as to patronize him. Details of his business location has surfaced and it happened to be located in 8319, Mabitsela street, Orlando west, Soweto, Gauteng, South Africa.
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