Money moves! Kabza De Small buys pricey Ankole cow


Money moves! Kabza De Small buys pricey Ankole cow

From clubs to cattle: Kabza De Small is showing off his pricey purchase; and Ankole cow, easily worth half a million rand…



Kabza De Small – real name Kabelo Motha Mahlangu – has flexed a big money move after he purchased an Ankole cow

The amapiano DJ bragged about his investment on his Instagram account.


President Cyril Ramaphosa is believed to own more than 100 of the unique breed, which are indigenous to African countries like Uganda, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, and parts of Tanzania.


In several Instagram Stories, Kabza De Small shared a look at the Ankole cow he had purchased.

The long-horned cow was seen grazing on a plot of land.

On X, fans of the 31-year-old muso praised him for his impressive investment.

@AustineMsagala: “Big money moves. The mark of a man’s wealth is his livestock.”

@Tumelo_kaThoko: “Joining the likes of Ramaphosa, Motsepe, Sexwale, and Mboweni, who all own the Watusi Ankole.”

@OslinaM: “Kabza is doing well for himself. We love it for him.”

According to Savanna News, Kabza has a fortune amassed by his business empire, which includes the Piano Hub record label and his Scorpion Kings Live Merch, co-founded with DJ Maphorisa.

The DJ is also in the process of building a restaurant, reports MD News.


According to Sowetan Live, one Ankole cow can easily sell half a million rand.

Ankole cattle are known to produce lean meat, rich milk, and quality leather. Their large horns are also considered a hot commodity. The breed are known to be “hardy cattle” and can live up to 30 years, relying on limited food and water.

In 2004, Cyril Ramaphosa—then an astute businessman—bought 43 Ankole cattle from Uganda, but they had to be brought into South Africa via artificial insemination.

The embryos of the cows were implanted in surrogate cows.


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In 2022, Ramaphosa sold one of his Ankole cows for over R2 million at an auction, reported TimesLive.

In his 2017 coffee table book, Cattle of the Ages, Cattle of the Ages, Ramaphosa described his fascination with the breed.

He said: “They each had long, white, beautiful horns glinting in the African sun, and I suddenly became fixated and couldn’t stop looking at them. I was intrigued and in awe and fell in love with these creatures immediately”.


Alaa Hamdy

Professional entertainment content writer in Hanover, South Africa. I know all the secrets of celebrities

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