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Footballers are predominantly known for fancy cars, expensive clothes and living a lavish lifestyle in luxury houses. However some of them have planned for life after football by starting businesses.

At number ten is Teko Modise with Fashion Dow, which focuses on men’s clothing. Number nine is Jackson Mabokgwane with Jacco Tours. He provides transport for school trips, tours and shuttle services.

At number eight is Manti Mekoa who has a clothing boutique. At number seven is Morgan Gould with MG Clothing line which quickly became a popular brand in South Africa.

Number six is Thabiso Semenya with Kgaleke Tours which offers shuttle services. Number five is Reneilwe Letsholonyane with Sha- Ye Lounge and 88 Apparel Q. The lounge is a hot spot for those looking for a rooftop hangout.

Number four is Michael Morton who is a personal trainer and nutritional coach. At number three is Vincent Pule with Mashonisa Clothing brand.

At number two is Kgotso Moleko who invested into farming. He has a variety of animals at his farm. At number one is Siphiwe Tshabalala with a Kids Clothing label and Sha-Ye Lounge. His Chips and Fish Co franchise failed.



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