Though it’s no secret that Shauwn “MaMkhize” Mkhize, a businesswoman and reality TV host, is quite well, her most recent acquisition left Mzansi shaken when she flaunted her R16 million Rolls-Royce Cullinan.
Celebrating her birthday, MaMkhize posted pics on social media picking up the Rolls-Royce from the dealership, and left many people shaken as a quick check on the price of the beautiful beast of a car was a staggering R16 million.
The Cullinan is Rolls-Royce’s first SUV, as well as the brand’s first all-wheel drive car.
It gets its name from the Cullinan Diamond, which was found to be the largest gem-quality rough diamond ever discovered.
Who is Shauwn Mkhize?
Shauwn Mkhize, a well-known businesswoman from KwaZulu-Natal who made her fortune in the early 2000s, has worked hard to establish herself as one of the country’s most powerful figures.
Shauwn Mkhize married Sbu Mpisane, but the couple split in 2019.
Their marriage was blessed with a son, Andile Mpisane, and Sbu Mpisane already had a daughter, Sbahle Mpisane, who was six at the time of their marriage.
Shauwn Mkhize Businesses
In the 2000s, Shauwn Mkhize amassed vast wealth by constructing thousands of low-cost houses in and around Durban’s eThekwini Municipality.
She began a construction firm called Zikhulise after her career in real estate.
Shauwn Mkhize runs Royal AM Luxury & Grooming Pampering Lounge with her son Andile Mpisane.
Shauwn Mkhize Reality Show
Since its debut on DSTV channel Mzansi Magic, the businesswoman’s reality show, Kwa Mam’Mkhize, has become a huge success with audiences.
The display delves into the Mkhize/Mpisane family’s history, as well as the lives of those connected to them.
Shauwn Mkhize is the show’s central character, but her enviable life is shared by other notable figures, such as her son, Andile Mpisane, and glamorous stepdaughter, Sbahle Mpisane.
Shauwn Mpisane Properties
The multimillion-rand Shauwn Mpisane mansion has been the talk of La Lucia, Durban.
Heavy Protection Guards are stationed in the Mpisane house mansion 24 hours a day.
The Mpisane family was rumored to have paid R2.9 million for their neighbors’ houses in 2014, which they demolished and constructed an entertainment pad for their son Andile, for which they paid R2 million.
It was dubbed a teen pad because it was dedicated solely to their adored son.