Khanye splashes R110k on hatchback


Former Kaizer Chiefs star, Junior Khanye has copped himself some new wheels, as he looks to relive his dreams through an inspiring story about redemption.

Khanye has made a strong return into the limelight after enduring challenging times that saw him lose his football career and many of his cars.

The iDiski Times analyst just bought himself a pristine Mini Cooper 3-door, and he took to social media to unveil his stunning set of wheels. It is believed that Khanye’s new car is a 2010 limited edition Mini Cooper 50 Camden.

In today's market, a second-hand Mini Cooper 50 Camden is priced from the R109,950 mark onward - as it is seen on the exact dealership Khanye bought his car from.

Khanye told Drum that he shares his story to inspire those who have been written off to keep persevering because there are brighter days ahead.

Mini Cooper 50 Camden – exclusive taste

During his heyday, Khanye had an appetite for nice cars as he owned a limited edition Golf 4 GTR, before purchasing a Corolla, Citi Golf, and Polo Playa.

His new car has a luscious metallic-silver exterior and a black roof that is sported with a refreshing sunroof. This dynamic car is perfect for different occasions as it bears a sporty and elegant look that is suitable for special events and Khanye’s daily routine.

The man behind the wheels

Khanye has regained notoriety for his controversial football punditry and the former star is known for not mincing his words, especially when it comes to his former side Kaizer Chiefs.

He is also a motivational speaker who is not reluctant about sharing his story of hitting rock bottom but managing to rise back to the top again.

Did you know?

Khanye is a man of faith as he is a devoted member of the Zion Christian Church (ZCC), in addition to being an actor on Mzansi Magic's Vula Vula.

Your thoughts, please?

What do you think of Khanye’s new wheels, could you have pictured him in a Mini Cooper?

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