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IdolsSA judge Somizi lets people into his private life

Since he began working on Idols South Africa approximately seven years ago, Somizi Mhlongo has established himself as a fan favorite judge on the show. Since then, he has shed light on the factors that contribute to his success in this role.

A few weeks ago, Somizi discussed the depths to which he had sunk into depression and the steps he took to climb out of it. It would appear that in recent times, Somizi is more than willing to share with others the ins and outs of his personal life, specifically how he manages to get things done. He is more than willing to explain to fans the emotional and human side of Somizi, the Somizi that has feelings. He despises the idea of being portrayed as a hardened individual.

IdolsSA judge Somizi lets people into his private life

Fans became accustomed to seeing Somizi serve as a junior judge alongside Randall Abraham and Unathi Nkayi for a significant amount of time. At the end of season 17, Somizi and Unathi broke up, which brought about a significant amount of change from a managerial standpoint.

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Idols South Africa made the shocking revelation during the off-season following season 17 that Unathi Nkayi and Randall would not be returning for season 18. Idols South Africa made the shocking revelation during the off-season following season 17 that Unathi Nkayi and Randall would not be returning for season 18.

The fallout from this became public, and it prompted the management of Idols SA to take action; the actions they took had to be taken with the future in mind. Without a shadow of a doubt, Randall, Unathi, and Somizi continue to rank among the very best judges in history.

IdolsSA judge Somizi lets people into his private life

The role that Somizi plays on Idols South Africa does not correspond to who he is in real life. The news indicated that Somizi was the only person to have survived, and as a result, he would be the most experienced judge. The Idols South Africa judge, who is now 49 years old, demonstrated for the audience what he does each morning before heading out to work on the show.

Today, Somizi showed Mzansi what he did before going out for the show, and it’s a good reflection of his day-to-day routine before going out for Idols South Africa. Swimming helped him fall in love with himself first thing in the morning. Following his swim, he went straight to breakfast and poured himself a drink to help wash down the meal. After that, Somizi got to work, and just like every other time, he made fire. According to audio from behind the scenes, Somizi eventually comes to terms with himself as he matures.

At the beginning of season 18, Somizi had a public argument with the new judge, Thembi Seete, and it seemed as though things were going to go from bad to worse. Because to Somizi’s years of experience and level head, he was able to turn the relationship around, and now the two celebrities are very good friends. Without this time to herself, Somizi might not have been able to provide a good example for Thembi and JR in her role as a senior judge.

The top 23 wealthiest individuals in South Africa are listed below.

Even though Forbes included only five South African dollar billionaires on its rich list earlier this year, it is evident from looking at other net worth rankings that South Africa is home to a number of people who are extremely affluent.

According to the most recent wealth study for South Africa that was conducted by Capgemini, the number of persons in the country with a high net worth had seen a considerable growth by the end of 2017.

According to the findings of the report, there was an increase of 8.9% in the number of HNWIs, which went from 84,700 at the end of 2016 to 92,200 at the end of 2017.

The wealth analysis conducted by Knight Frank revealed that there are 10,350 people living in South Africa who have a net worth of $5 million or more (R70 million), 640 people who have a net worth of over $50 million (R700 million), and 30 people who have a net worth that is greater than $500 million (R7 billion).

The wealthiest residents in South Africa

It might be difficult to identify the wealthiest individuals in South Africa due to the fact that the super-rich, also known as dollar billionaires, are often the ones that receive the most media attention and are listed on wealth lists all over the world.

However, contrary to popular belief, South Africa is home to a number of billionaires who tend to remain anonymous, such as Zak Caliso, founder of Cartrack, who was profiled in a recent story published by BusinessTech.

A further source that reveals many unknown South African millionaires who may have built their fortunes overseas but still have ties to their home land is the UK’s Sunday Times Rich List. These individuals may have been born in South Africa or elsewhere in Africa.

According to this ranking, insurance magnate Douw Steyn, whose net worth is estimated to be R16.3 billion, should technically be listed among other South African dollar billionaires on the Forbes rankings. However, it is difficult to track his fortunes due to the fact that his fortunes are not in publicly held companies, so it is difficult to keep tabs on them.

The most recent ranking of the wealthiest people in South Africa was just released by Entrepreneur Magazine. This ranking features a number of South Africans who have amassed fortunes both domestically and internationally, in addition to the well-known dollar billionaires that were mentioned above.

The top 23 wealthiest individuals in South Africa
The top 23 wealthiest individuals in South Africa

However, the net worth of those mentioned in the Entrepreneur ranking still reflect the same levels they were ranked at in 2017. Despite this, the ranking continues to be useful in determining who the wealthiest people in the country are.

The table that follows incorporates the most recent and accurate net worths of South Africa’s billionaires from Forbes. It also includes the data from the UK’s Sunday Times Rich List, as well as the data from Entrepreneur Mag (which is indicated with an asterisk).

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