Tumelo Ramaphosa: A peek into life and career of Cyril Ramaphosa’s son

Tumelo Ramaphosa: A peek into life and career of Cyril Ramaphosa’s son

Tumelo Ramaphosa, President Cyril Ramaphosa's son, has caught the eye of many South Africans on social media.

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Tumelo isn't just the president's son. He has managed to carve out a niche for himself as an entrepreneur, fitness fanatic, and fashion enthusiast.

Briefly.co.za compiles a handy profile on the 31-year-old self-styled "Alpha Wolf" and what he has been up to.

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Tumelo as an entrepreneur: Cryptocurrencies

Tumelo is the founder and CEO of StudEx Wildlife. According to bitcoinagents.com, StudeEx uses cryptocurrencies to help promote wildlife conservation:

It is the first block-chain game for rare endangered animal conservation, protecting them from hunting, poaching , predators and disease.

His business is based in California, US, but takes him all around the world. The World Crypto Economic Forum also named it among its top 20 startups of 2018.

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Fitness and style enthusiast

Some social media users touted Tumelo as a potential "national bae" recently, according to SowetanLIVE.

This is because he is a gym buff who maintains a muscular physique and a trademark beard. He also has a bold sense of fashion that easily blends casual and formal looks.

Private life

Tumelo isn't shy to show off his girlfriend, Kelebogile Shomang, on Instagram. He has also been quick to shut down any hopes girls might have of hooking up with him.

As can be expected, Tumelo is a big supporter of his dad, President Cyril Ramaphosa, as well as his mom, First Lady Tshepo Motsepe.

He has shared several Instagram posts paying tribute to them.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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