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Mr Eazi Acquires Stake in the Basketball Team Cape Town Tigers

Mr Eazi

Multi-award-winning musician, and serial entrepreneur, Mr Eazi, kicks off the New Year by announcing his latest business endeavor as a shareholder in the Gugulethu, Cape Town, South Africa-based basketball team, Cape Town Tigers

Established in 2019 and currently the reigning title holders of the South African National Championship with consecutive wins (2021 and 2022), Mr Eazi attributes his latest acquisition to being inspired by his mentor Jay-Z.

Currently in South Africa on business, He expresses: “The Cape Town Tigers are the best basketball team in Africa. I’m honored to be part of the family. See you at the next game!” 

Mr Eazi

The Forbes Under 30 alumni is no stranger to business having been featured by the likes of CNN, Rolling Stone, Billboard and Forbes Africa for his forward-thinking approach to business, Mr Eazi continues to make a mark on the continent with his business acumen and endeavors. 

Co-Founder of the ground-breaking emPawa Africa, a talent incubator program that funds and mentors emerging African artistes, amongst other businesses geared at uplifting African talent, Mr Eazi’s latest acquisition further reinforces his role as a changemaker on the continent pushing the African narrative forward. 

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