- Nandi Madida has opened up on social media about the land she bought her one-year-old son, Shaka, for his first birthday.
- She said they were building their son a farm, which he could pass onto his children one day
- The media personality added she wanted her child to learn the importance of generational wealth, something she learned from her parents and grandparents.
Most parents would probably opt for toys on their little ones' first birthday, But, Nandi decided buying a piece of land would be the best gift for little Shaka.
The media personality took to Instagram to explain why she bought her boy land instead of a fancy toy.
Nandi explained she wanted to give her son something he could pass down to his children. Nandi and Zakes want to leave their son a legacy.
She said they wanted to teach her son the importance of generational wealth, which she learned from her parents and grandparents.
And, the land would not be standing vacant until the little guy is old enough to decide what to do with it. Nandi explained they're building him his very own farm.
"Last year I bought my son some land as his first birthday gift and have begun building a farm for him, which he will then hand down to his kids and so on. As you know I rarely show material things on my page, but this was a very proud moment for me as his mother because this is a legacy that will last for many generations to come." , her Instagram post partly read.
Nandi added she learned from growing up in Durban North and having parents from rural areas in KwaZulu-Natal that generational wealth is much more important than tangible things like cars and clothes.
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