Sandile Shezi Net worth – Many people believe that in order to be as wealthy as Shezi, one must be born into a family of wealth. This is not the case, however, in his situation. Not only that, but he became interested in business at an early age (before the age of ten) and pursued it from that point forward as a career.
In South Africa, Shezi is originally from the streets of Umlazi, a township located in the southern suburbs of the city of Durban. Sandile would circulate the neighbourhood, selling muffins and second-hand clothing as she went. Sandile’s peers would make fun of him from time to time, but this didn’t bother him. He never let the bullying get to him, and instead, he used it as motivation to keep moving forward with his endeavours.
He later used the money he earned to trade forex while still in school, which allowed him to supplement his income. Shezi made a number of risky decisions during this time period. It was he who admitted that when some of his friends gave him money for tuition, he took the entire sum and used it to fund his online trading business. He acknowledges that taking those risks and making those decisions have assisted him in steering him in the right direction, accumulating the necessary knowledge, and positioning himself appropriately in the business world.
Sandile Shezi Net worth
He became wealthy at the age of twenty-three, when he was still in his teens. Sandile taught himself how to trade forex on his own, and he used the money he earned from his university tuition fee to do so.
Shezi and his long-time mentor George Van der Riet, a trade master with more than 15 years of trading experience, joined forces to found Global Forex Institute. In 2014 and 2015, George van der Riet was crowned champion of the African Forex Cup.
According to reports, he stated the following in an interview:
People always say Sandile, you’re such a thought, but who is it that inspires you? [My response] Poverty….
Aiming to promote financial independence while also addressing South Africa’s high levels of unemployment, the Global Forex Institute was established.
The Global Forex Institute offers first-hand training programmes that prepare students or South African trading beginners for the world of forex trading. The Global Forex Institute is located in Johannesburg, South Africa. As one of the first institutions to offer a lifetime mentoring programme, this institution is dedicated to assisting students in becoming full-time, profitable forex traders. Over the course of its existence, the institute has mentored over 10,000 students. Sandile and George have handpicked the mentors, all of whom come highly recommended by their peers.
In 2014, the school was recognised as the leading provider of forex training in Africa, earning them an award.
It is not a “get rich quick scheme” or a “quick success scheme.” It requires the same level of dedication, discipline, and hard work as any other profession.
The Sandile Shezi Foundation is a non-profit organisation that was established with the sole purpose of transforming the minds and lives of young people on the African Continent. It is based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Based on this philosophy, the Foundation is committed to enhancing Africa’s education, health, and wealth in order to empower Africans to play active roles in the development of our country.
As a result of reports that their programme was fraudulent in 2015, Sandile Shezi found themselves in serious trouble. Mike Schussler, a professor of economics, claimed that portions of their course had been plagiarised.
“It’s a ruse,” Schussler explained. It’s all a load of nonsense. “A lot of the people who sell these courses… the vast majority of them are scams designed to defraud people of their money.”
Shezi’s business partner George Van Der Riet had been found guilty of manslaughter in the United Kingdom, according to media reports at the time of the incident.
According to Shezi’s response to the allegations, “Van Der Riet spent two years as a guest of the Majesty as a result of an altercation in which a man sustained head injuries and died 3 days after being admitted to hospital.”
When asked about plagiarism claims, Shezi responded by stating that the modules had been compiled for them prior to the establishment of GFI. As he put it, “I took it upon myself to compare the notes on my own time.” There were no ‘plagiarised’ sentences that I could find. There was absolutely no correlation between the format and the chapter headings that I could find. I did notice, however, that some of the images appeared to be very similar.”
Minnie Dlamini debunked rumours that she was involved in a love triangle in 2015 by releasing a statement. According to reports, Sandile Shezi showered her with expensive gifts, causing her current husband Quinton Jones to feel uncomfortable in her presence. All of this, on the other hand, was far from accurate.