Vusi Thembekwayo Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Net Worth, Books
January 14, 2021
Vusi Thembekwayo Biography
This is what you need to know about Vusi Thembekwayo, renowned South African entrepreneur, public speaker, and venture capitalist. He is best known as one of the ‘dragons’ in the South African version of Dragons Den. Dragons Den was a DSTV Mzansi Magic reality show in which entrepreneurs pitched their ideas to a group of investors with hopes for investment in their businesses.
Vusi Thembekwayo Age
Thembekwayo was born on the 21st March 1985 in Benoni on the East Rand of Gauteng Province, South Africa.
Vusi Thembekwayo Height
Vusi Thembekwayo Family
Thembekwayo is a family man and Little is known about her parents, also there are no details about her siblings, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Vusi Thembekwayo Husband
Thembekwayo is a married has not shared any information about his love life since 2009. The couple is blessed with a son.
Vusi Thembekwayo Net Worth
Thembekwayo has an estimated Net Worth of $ 600 million. dollars. Her career as a business man is her primary source of income.
Vusi Thembekwayo Career
His firstly business world mistake was selling a portion of the recruiting company to another that would digitize it led to a huge financial loss because of unfavorable conditions, Vusi forged ahead to work in a corporate finance company as highlighted in his early life section, he fine-tuned and added to his corporate skills knowledge. As a venture capitalist, Vusi has invested his wealth in many listed companies. His biography is inspiring for anyone interested in the business and management sectors. He sold a majority stake in his Motiv8 management consulting business to US partners in a multi-million rand transaction and used part of the proceeds to launch MyGrowthFund, a venture capital firm launched to create and develop entrepreneurs.
Vusi Thembekwayo Book
Vusi Thembekwayo is amongst the most accomplished authors having sold over 50,000 copies of his various books. His debut book, The Magna Carta of Exponentiality sold 6,000 copies in a single day on debut in Barcelona, Spain, and is counted as amongst the rare literary collectibles by an African author.