Celebrities of the Rainbow Nation are known for flaunting their multiple talents, but also their purchases and whether it's jewellery, fashion or wheels, it is going to be extravagant.
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South African celebs love the luxury, and lots of them work very hard in order to afford it. Briefly.co.za takes a look at five super-snazzy purchases that some of our well-known names have nabbed.
Being a celebrity comes with certain pros and cons, but one of the benefits is certainly being able to spend those massive paychecks. From bags to cars, when you're spending that much cash - the sky's the limit.
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Bonang certainly knows how to make money moves. The TV personality even founded House of BNG, an MCC brand that's selling all over SA. Bonang loves a good handbag, and she reportedly has a Gucci number that cost R46 000 in her collection.
4 Master KG
Fresh off the success of his international hit, Jerusalema, Master KG treated himself to a Ferrari. The starting price for one of these is R4 million.
Somizi loves a bit of luxury and his wedding last year was nothing short of a spectacle. Between his clothing collection in his walk-in closet and all the top-of-the range kitchen equipment on display in Dinner at Somizi's, there's no question about his spending power.
Cass loves to amp up everyday life. So his wheels have to comply. The Any Minute Now rapper owns two Bentleys and reportedly owns a Bentley Continental which retails for about R3.5 million.
1 Khanyi Mbau
Khanyi is certainly a car enthusiast. The star captioned a recent photo "another Porsche" and already has one worth a cool R1.9 million in her garage collection.
In other Khanyi-related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on the star's Twitter rant clapping back at people who claimed that the same SA celebs keep getting all the deals.
Khanyi Mbau recently announced a new partnership with Castle Lite and Bathu shoes. The tweeps added their opinions which lead to Khanyi taking off in a Twitter tirade. The Twitter commenters exclaimed that "in SA the same people get all the deals". Khanyi then responded to the claims by saying that those people just fast, pray and hustle. The Twitterverse, however, was not satisfied with her take.
The back-and-forth came hot on the heels of another celebrity announcement, Mohale's casting on Rhythm City.
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