What a wow: Zodwa announced her retirement come the end of 2019

What a wow: Zodwa announced her retirement come the end of 2019

Zodwa has decided to make something of the land she purchased

- Our Vosho queen is trading her drops in for a tractor and a shovel

- Come the end of 2019, Zodwa will be living the life of a farmer in her retirement

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Being in the limelight for so long as a South African media personality socialite and dancer, Zodwa is in the process of giving it all up to be a farmer!

For all her fans in Mzansi, this is bad news. Zodwa is planning on putting away her little dresses and replacing them with clothes that suit a farmer.

All publicity of her will only be a distant memory. Zodwa said that farming is her choice of pleasure because it is a simple life and she does not hold an education, reported the Daily Sun.

Briefly.co.za previously reported that the land Zodwa has purchased is in Mbombela in Mpumalanga. She will be keeping chickens, cattle and sheep. She is a women with so many ideas.

Zodwa has always express that women should embrace their bodies and at the same to able to have fun in a responsible way. She says all women should become more involved in business that will enable them to make a profit.

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The one idea Zodwa had was to own a block of flats and rent them out to students.

When she was asked by the SunTeam if she has any regrets for the way she dances, she replied b saying that she has been dancing for three years and most certainly has no regrets.

She went on to say that she is a strong woman who is unbreakable and is a fighter that always has the strength to aim higher!

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Owing a farm, Zodwa said that is will also benefit others as she will be able to create jobs.

Zodwa did say that she was planning on retire in 2018, but due to the bookings she already has for 2019, she will retire in 2020.

Fans will be able to see Zodwa perform at the Fact Durban Rocks on 31 December.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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