Lasizwe Adds Taxi Boss To His Resume

Is there anything the man cannot do?

By  | Jun 18, 2021, 03:00 PM  | Lasizwe Dambuza  | Top of The

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Comedian Lasizwe understands the assignment! He follows the many ZAlebs who make other streams of income for themselves and is doing a pretty good job at it.

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The YouTuber just added 'Taxi Boss' to his resume. Taking to Instagram, he shared how he is currently going through certain difficulties as 3 of his taxis have broken down and not road worthy.

Like a true businessman though, he found a way of turning his lemons into lemonade by selling his cow at R10 000. We stan a hardworking man!

"My taxi is broken, it's not on the road making money, including this one, as he points the camera to another taxi of his which is stagnant. My life is so stressful right now, 3 of my taxis are broken and I just wanna cry," he said.
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Lasizwe and his sister are both in the media entertainment industry but they have made enough money to generate more streams of income. Khanyi ventured in the alcohol business with her gin called I Am Khanyi.

Speaking to ZAlebs, she says, "I chose to name it Khanyi because I am the light, a brand of the people... People have owned my story and career for years, so why not allow them to take me home and also allow me to be part of their special moments? but it’s no lie, I AM KHANYI MBAU," she said. 

"Gin is such a beautiful beverage, that it's also broad in mixology that it allows everyone to become creative. Also, the gin industry in South Africa is such a growing industry to invest in and grow money like the property market and art space... But gin is much more fun."

Another ZAleb taxi owner is Skeem Saam actor Africa Tsoai who plays John Maputla. The 53-year-old spoke to Sowetan Live, about his career and life in general saying he has been a successful taxi boss for more than 20 years.

He says the industry is very dangerous but he prides himself as he is passionate about all his businesses. “Anything that I do is out of passion, even in business. As long as I put money into it and invest, then it becomes a passion.

“But obviously the taxi industry is dangerous, you are always looking over your shoulders and paying attention to who you are associating with. We have had wars, but with God’s grace I’m still here,” he tells the publication.

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