The self-proclaimed hustler said he could lose it all and start over again because he knows how to sell and close deals.

Earlier this year, he opened his own academy to solve problems facing South Africa today. At The Hustlers Academy launch, he said it came from a vision he had in 2013 when he started Leadership 2020.

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The outspoken entrepreneur recently expanded his business empire when he announced that he was eyeing a share of the premium vodka market with the launch of the Loko Flame range.

The 41-year-old media personality shared a video on Twitter of him counting the money he had made from selling his energy drink MoFaya on the streets.

He also shared tips for aspiring entrepreneurs and wrote that he had started the academy to teach people how to make money. “I know how to make money. I know how to make a million. Made my first at the age of 21. I can lose it all, start again and make it over all over again because I know how to sell and close deals.

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“That’s why I opened Hustlers Academy – to teach you how to make money. We currently have 100 students,” he wrote.