Majoro, Lebese, Mido launch business

Fame & Fortune

South African football stars George Lebese, George Maluleka and Lehlohonolo Majoro have come together to launch an exciting new business venture.

All three footballers were once on the books of Kaizer Chiefs and despite going their separate ways with Lebese in the United States, Majoro at Amazulu and Maluleka recently moving to Sundowns, they've remained a close-knit bunch.

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Together, along with Itumeleng Khune and Thabo Mnyamane, they formed the ambitious Ballers Empire, with the sole purpose of breaking the stigma of footballers wasting money and not being able to make sound financial decisions.

Vision bearing fruits

It's easy to believe why such an organisation would be imperative for the future of professional footballers with legends of the past frequently opening up about their financial turmoil post their playing career.

Lebese, in particular, has teased with their latest venture on social media, while Majoro, who recently moved into multi-level-marketing with Herbalife, is seemingly the face of the company judging by their social media and website promotion.

Chasing a Dream with Cosmetics launch

With a fresh new men's range within the Dream Cosmetics product, the three ballers have come together with a skincare range of shower gel and body lotion as their first product offering.

The combo of both plus three-day delivery system ranges at R100, according to their website, which Maluleka opened up about on his official Instagram account recently.

"We started this to change the stigma around soccer players in this country and hopefully we can be the first to do that," the Sundowns midfielder said.

"We hope that it can give others ideas about starting and running a business together as friends. Our friendship goes beyond the soccer field and this is where it took us with all the thinking that happens of the field."

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