Inside Lerato Kganyago's Hotel

It's as beautiful as she is

By  | Feb 17, 2022, 08:18 PM  | Lerato Kganyago  | Top of the

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We’re still not over Valentine’s Day 2022 and how Lerato Kganyago owned it.
LKG, who had acquired a hotel didn’t know that her husband was busy getting it renovated. He told her to stay away from it for a while and she only got to see how it looks this week and she was blown away.

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“Some of you might have seen what it looked like before, a few months ago when I posted it on my insta stories. I can’t wait for you to see the final product. HE said “Stop stressing Hold my Taelo umfazi wam, let me show you some,” she shared the first image from the hotel.
In another post, LKG officially introduced the hotel and said the restaurant inside was named after her.
“Renovations officially done. I was kept away from seeing the process! Ladies and Gents I introduce to you my new baby, @12onhillel naming the restaurant AMOR meaning Lerato, Thando, Love. You’re all welcome,” her post read
Closing off an incredible Valentine’s Day experience – she shared a video showing how his day went. Planes could be seen flying over the new hotel to mark her new venture. She was also gifted a brand new Mercedez Benz G Class Brabus. The vehicle costs between R5-R7 million in South Africa.
Taking to her social media recently, LKG gave her followers a glimpse into her new hotel.
Lerato Kganyago Instagram stories
According to recent reports, Kganyago has found herself in a fallout with sneaker company Bathu. It is alleged that she’ll be suing the company.
This comes after she was named an ambassador for the shoe brand for a period of 12 months. LKG is reportedly demanding the remainder of R600k from the company. This comes after her contract was abruptly terminated.
According to Sunday World, the contract agreement reads,

"Ms Kganyago will be required to DJ in the store. Bathu Pty Ltd will arrange DJ equipment of her choosing. All travel arrangements will be scheduled as per her requirement and will be at Bathu Pty Ltd’s expense.”

According to Sunday World, a letter from Bathu's representative Mashudu Ndophu letter reads as follows:
As per my communication on the 6th November, please be advised that Bathu Pty Ltd has decided to terminate our contract with Ms Lerato Kganyago. As a business, we have had to cut back on expenses and we have had to terminate numerous contracts with some of our valuable stakeholders such as Ms Lerato Kganyago. Please be advised that finance [department]has been instructed to make payment in the outstanding retainer. The POP should be sent by next week,” the letter read in part.
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