Zodwa Wabantu’s egg business pays off, buys herself a Lamborghini Aventador

Zodwa Wabantu Loses Lamborghini
Zodwa Wabantu's egg business pays off, buys herself a Lamborghini Aventador

Zodwa Wabantu Buys A Lamborghini Aventador With Egg Business Money

Zodwa Wabantu's egg business pays off, buys herself a Lamborghini Aventador
Zodwa Wabantu Buys A Lamborghini Aventador With Egg Business Money. (Image Credit: Zodwa Instagram

Zodwa Wabantu’s success is testament of how hard work pays off. From being a sex worker to now a successful businesswoman-cum-politician it’s surely a dream come true for many.

Taking to Instagram, Zodwa shared a video of her R7.8 million ride where someone in the background can be heard congratulating her for purchasing the Italian machine.

Zodwa’s egg business has been supported by some of South Africa’s most prominent celebrities, including Kelly Khumalo, Ntando Duma and Dineo Ranaka-Pesha. Zodwa Wabantu also plans on showcasing the progress of her start-up business on her reality show, Zodwa Wabantu: Uncensored, which is expected to premiere on Moja Love.

In addition, Kenny Kunene the founder and president of the Patriotic Alliance (PA), recently announced that Zodwa had joined his party and she confirmed joining the party,

“I can confirm that I have indeed joined politics and in particular the Patriotic Alliance (PA) for reasons outlined below, after the leadership of the PA afforded me the respect and sent it’s top leadership represented by Mr. Kenny Kunene to engage with me, this completely gave me a different idea of South African politics, considering the sad reality that politicians are only accessible to us on the eve of elections.

After Mr Kunene told me what the PA stood for, I was convinced this is the only political party that is relevant in SA in this day and age.

Remember I am a township girl and I spend lots of my time in the townships. It breaks my heart to see the misery that people in the townships go through despite them voting in every election since our democratic dispensation in 1994. I am convinced the PA is introducing a new form of politics which is truly people-oriented.

Naturally, most people fear change, but why cling to a political party that has done nothing for you and has demonstrated over and over again that its leaders, and not the people, come first. This is the time to make the right decisions. Joining the PA is one of those critical decisions.”


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