AKA partners with Sizwe Medical Fund: We didn’t see this coming

AKA partners with Sizwe Medical Fund: We didn’t see this coming

- AKA is always looking for a new business deal, the man likes to try all of the pies

- He recently ended his Beam Group deal and found another with Sizwe Medical Fund

- Our Supa Mega took to Twitter to make the announcement and he seems over joyed

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It’s like trying to buy a birthday gift for someone who has everything. AKA has put his finger into most pies, locally and internationally. But, our Supa Mega always seems to find a way to dabble in something he hasn’t before.

AKA is a business man and when he sees an opportunity, he takes it. He recently saw a gaping gap in the medical insurance industry and filled it.

With the closing of his Beam Group deal, it was just a matter of time until AKA found something else to add to his portfolio. He just signed a deal with Sizwe Medical Fund and he is pumped.

Briefly.co.za learnt that the fund is 100% black owned and aligns with all of AKA’s business qualities. His partnership with the fund has seemed to cause him a lot of excitement, we can tell by his Twitter post.

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Tweeps seem happy for AKA on his new partnership and wish him all the best on his new venture. They will definitely be behind him all the way.

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We are not entirely sure what AKA’s role in the whole partnership deal is just yet. It seems like the fund is trying to pull in a few big Mzansi names as local comedian Skhumba just partnered with the fund too.

After AKA’s major success with his chart topping Fela in Versace track, it is only onward and upward for Mzansi’s Supa Mega.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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