Former Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates striker Lehlohonolo Majoro has taken the leap of faith towards Herbalife Nutrition as he embarks on a journey towards multiple streams of income.
Majoro, 31, has enjoyed a distinguished career in the Absa Premiership since bursting onto the scene with Amazulu a decade ago.
His goal-scoring exploits led him to be one of the unique footballers who represented both Chiefs and Pirates while he also enjoyed stints at Cape Town City and Bidvest Wits before returning Usuthu last year.
As he enters the latter stages of his career after scoring 65 goals in 252 games for the five South African top-flight clubs, the veteran striker appears to be looking towards multi-level marketing as an exciting new venture.
With a degree in diagnostic radiography acquired from the University of Johannesburg, Majoro is already well equipped for the transition after his football career and he's now showing his versatility as enters the business world.
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Record-breaker off the field
"Positivity and mindset will break all boundaries... first record in only 16 days and counting," Majoro wrote on Instagram as he celebrated his first milestone in the company.
Herbalife is a public company that develops and sells dietary and nutritional products and declared a staggering revenue of R80-billion back in 2018. The structure of the company works on a customer/referral based method of building your own personal business in which Majoro has now reached the first rank of the company in just over two weeks.
Amidst the uncertain times for footballers and within a crumbling economy his MLM move is likely to provide a welcome boost to his financial portfolio as a social media influencer with over 150k followers on Instagram alone.
Did you know?
Majoro started his own clothing-line called Ballo-Joro.
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