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Mamkhize was bathing with milk but people noticed something else

When discussing South Africa’s most affluent and glamorous women, the first name that comes to mind is Mamkhize. She enjoys a global reputation for her wealth, style, and luxurious lifestyle. Her fashion sense is so youthful that you’d think she was in her twenties.

Mamkhize holds a vast array of assets and businesses, including a Rolls-Royce that cost more than 15 million, as well as ownership of a soccer team. Her players are rewarded with substantial bonuses for every game they win, rather than just a mere salary.

A few days ago, she caused a stir on social media by visiting the upscale Konka bar in Soweto and treating everyone to drinks. According to estimates, she spent a few thousand on this enjoyable outing with her friends, family, and fans.

Recently, a new photo of Mamkhize has been making the rounds on social media. This photo, originally shared by Izindaba News, depicts Mamkhize seemingly bathing in what appears to be milk. Take a look at the photo below:

Following the photo’s circulation, many were in awe of Mamkhize’s opulent lifestyle. However, some were left puzzled by one peculiar detail: Mamkhize was bathing fully clothed, wearing her weave and bra in the milk. This unexpected sight left many viewers in stitches. See the comments below.

In current news, the owner of the PSL club Royal AM, Shauwn ‘MaMkhize’ Mkhize, finds herself in legal trouble, as she owes a staggering R37 million to the South African Revenue Service (SARS). She faced a court ruling on Monday, October 16, where the High Court of South Africa ordered her to settle her debt or face severe consequences.

The court issued a Warrant of Execution, granting the sheriff the authority to seize and sell her movable assets, including those of her club. SARS took legal action against Royal AM for failing to meet their tax obligations on time, and they were also charged interest on the outstanding amount, which continues to accrue until the debt is cleared.

The Warrant of Execution specifies:

“The Execution Creditor / Plaintiff [SARS] obtained judgment on 16 October 2023 against the Execution / Defendant [Royal AM] for:

  1. The payment of the sum of R37,915,549.77 [Thirty-seven million nine hundred and fifteen thousand five hundred and forty-nine rand and seventy-seven cents].
  2. Interest on the sum claimed in paragraph 1 at the applicable rate per annum from 1 November 2023 to the date of payment, with the said interest rate and date of commencement being determined by the Execution Creditor / Plaintiff [SARS].”

Certainly, here’s the information for the “Program Evaluation Lead – Harnessing Innovation for Financial Inclusion” position formatted for posting in a WhatsApp channel:

🌐 Job Opportunity in the United States
🏢 Organization: The World Bank
🏙️ Location: United States

Program Evaluation Lead – Harnessing Innovation for Financial Inclusion
🗓️ Start Date: November 20, 2023
📢 Express Interest By: October 31, 2023
🕒 Duration: 100 days

Topics: Not Available
Business Function: Not Available
🗣️ Language Skills: English

Assignment Location: United States
🏦 Institution: IFC
🌍 VPU: Economics & Private Sector Development (CEDVP)

Contact Person: Beniamino Savonitto
📧 Email:

Task Description:
The consultant will lead the final evaluation of the HiFi program, focusing on innovation in financial inclusion. Responsibilities include reviewing and analyzing project documents, conducting stakeholder interviews, and desk research for all projects and activities implemented by the World Bank Group during nearly 10 years.

The consultant’s objective is to identify and present evaluation findings supported by clear evidence in a concise final report.

Note: Remote assignment is possible.

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