Businesses Owned By Zodwa Wabantu

Businesses Owned By Zodwa Wabantu. Zodwa Wabantu is a South African media personality, socialite and dancer. Zodwa is an entertainer. She has been a notable dancer in the last few years, and has feuded with fellow dancer Skolopad. Wabantu performed at the Doek on Fleek event. She used to work for a debt collection company but later resigned to indulge in the entertainment industry. She is currently signed to the DJ Tira record label. Below are some of the businesses owned by Zodwa Wabantu.

Zodwa Wabantu Undertakers Mortuary

Now, the controversial star has announced a new venture, her mortuary. Zodwa took to social media this week to make the announcement. In an Instagram post, she revealed the name of her new business, “Zodwa Wabantu Undertakers Mortuary”. “When I think of living a lavish lifestyle, I think of businesses to build. All are in my name, registering, building, making mistakes, failing, trying again. “I won’t stop. I won’t act 20 years with my money in the industry but see me in years to come”, wrote Zodwa in the caption accompanying her post.

Zodwa Wabantu Chicken And Eggs

Socialite and dancer Zodwa Wabantu’s has lately ventured into poultry farming and has been serving farm fresh goodness to Mzansi celebs alike. Since the beginning of 2021, Zodwa began selling live chickens and launched a range of farm-fresh eggs. The star took to Instagram to announce her new business venture, leaving many of her fans amazed.

Touchable Day and Touchable Night Perfume

Zodwa Wabantu’s beauty products brand is really growing. Zodwa worked in silence and took it to social media thanking fans for supporting her. Last year, Zodwa Wabantu launched her own perfume range which consists of two perfumes, the Touchable Day and Touchable Night. “I took my favourite scents and worked with something similar to get the perfect Touchable, and partnered with London-based perfume company W1C. “The perfume was manufactured in China, taken to New York and then brought back home for Mzansi ladies,” Zodwa told Drum.

By Thomas Chiothamisi

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