Picture: Sandile Shezi. (Twitter).
Picture: Sandile Shezi. (Twitter).
File image: Bheki Kunene. IOL.
File image: Bheki Kunene. IOL.
Picture: Allegro Dinkwanyane. (Twitter).
Picture: Allegro Dinkwanyane. (Twitter).
Picture: Lulo Rubushe. (Twitter).
Picture: Lulo Rubushe. (Twitter).
Picture: Vusi Thembekwayo. (Twitter).
Picture: Vusi Thembekwayo. (Twitter).

CAPE TOWN - When one thinks of a millionaire, the general idea that comes to mind is a middle-aged individual who has worked tirelessly to reach the million rand mark. However, we reveal that young South African's have changed the game and hail in as millionaires under the age of 35. 

We reveal the list of young South African millionaires below:

LIST

1. Sandile Shezi

Picture: Sandile Shezi. (Twitter). 
Age: 23
Fun fact: The 23 year old made his fortune by Forex trading and now owns his own company, Global Forex Institute (GFI) which trains people how to trade Forex. 
How I made bank: Forex trading

2. Bheki Kunene

File image: Bheki Kunene. IOL. 
Age: 29
Fun fact: Kunene landed on the wrong side of the law and was incarcerated in juvenile prison a few times before turning his life around and making a success of himself. 
How I made bank: Founder of Graphic Design company, Mind TRix Media

3. Allegro Dinkwanyane

Picture: Allegro Dinkwanyane. (Twitter). 

         Age: 26

         Fun fact: Dinkwanyane initially started her blog, Orgella as an entertainment blog which then evolved into a fully-fledged public relations, charity and property division. 

         How I made bank: Founder of Public Relations and Marketing agency, Orgella Media

4. Lulo Rubushe
Picture: Lulo Rubushe. (Twitter). 
Age: 26
Fun fact: Rubushe is involved in a sport development through a partnership with the Enhanced Sports coaching company which supplies affordable gear to underprivileged schools. 
How I made bank: Founder of clothing and media lifestyle company, RNDM Network

5. Vusi Thembekwayo 

Picture: Vusi Thembekwayo. (Twitter). 

         Age: 32 

         Fun fact: This venture capitalist was forced to drop out of university due to financial constraints. He then searched for a job for six weeks, to no avail. 

         He went on to utilise his international networks and cellphone to recruit learners from South Africa for jobs in to UK and Australia. 

         How I made bank: Entrepreneur and venture capitalist

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