Work with DJ Black Coffee Success
Born on 11 March 1976 as Nkosinathi Innocent Maphumulo, is now one of South Africa’s wealthiest, most successful musicians and businessmen.
DJ Black Coffee Success – Black Coffee Net Worth: Forbes estimated Black Coffee to have a 2022 net worth of about $60 million (more or less R875 million).
Sources of Income:
Multiple Business Owner
Key points of DJ Black Coffee Success:
- Black Coffee Income and Net Worth;
- What does it cost to book DJ Black Coffee?;
- Zone 6 Venue;
- Gallo Record Company;
- Epione Healthcare Solutions;
DJ Black Coffee Success Income and Net Worth
Awards and accolades, DJ Black Coffee received throughout his musical career, include: 8 SAMA, 4 DJ Awards, 2 Metro FM Awards, 1 Grammy award.
Booking cost (2022), estimated between R12m and R15m per gig.
DJ Black Coffee Businesses include:
The booking platform works like Uber, has over 7000 “SweepStar” house cleaners, and its customers can enjoy more flexibility. As an added bonus, clients can book the same cleaner again, and SweepSouth has an insurance option for ease of mind.
To find out about joining SweepSouth as a cleaner, or client, click here
Zone 6 Venue
Soweto’s famous Zone 6 Venue, is owned by Black Coffee and has hosted Authentic Sundays and MTV Base music concerts, Black Coffee’s BET celebration, and The Supa Mega Show. It is a perfect option for celebrities-spotting, such as AKA and Kwesta, and can hold about 3500 people at a time.
Zone 6 Venue HIRES:
5 – 20 waitresses,
5 – 20 cleaners,
5 – 20 barmen,
5 – 20 bar backs,
5 – 30 MIB ( Bouncers),
15 – 30 Parking Attendants,
1 Sound Engineer,
1 Lighting Engineer,
1 Entrance Area Assistant.
Armed response security.
To find out about Zone 6 vacancies, click here.
Gallo Record Company
As a shareholder in South Africa’s iconic 90-year old record label, Gallo Record Company includes some of the country’s biggest artists, including Lucky Dube, and Mahotella Queens, Sipho Hotstix Mabuse, and more.
Yoco is a sales payments provider that works with over 150,000 SMEs, and among the fastest-growing in the Fintech industry.
Yoco is often hiring and a popular African technology company to work for.
Yoco builds business and financial tools, such as mobile apps, that make payments accessible for small businesses possible.
“Joining Yoco means being yourself and doing work that matters to you. No timesheets and no micro-management.” – Yoco
Working remotely is allowed, you get 24 Annual leave days, 4 months parental leave max, medical aid, life insurance and retirement annuity contributions.
Click here to check out Yoco jobs.
Another enterprise Black Coffee has equity in, Andela is a marketplace for technologists and builds engineering teams with top African software developers.
Andela has tech campuses in Lagos, Nairobi, Kampala, and Kigali and their talent pool is said to include over 175,000 Software Engineers across more than 90 countries.
It is known as the “Best Place to Work in Africa,” and backed by the Spark Capital, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, and GV.
To find Andela opportunities, click here.
Epione Healthcare Solutions
Epione Healthcare Solutions is another business that generate revenue and add to Black Coffee’s net worth are Epione Healthcare Solutions that offer international health insurance. To become a broker, click here.
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