Singer and fashion designer Nandi Madida bought her son Shaka a piece of land in Maphumulo, Kwa-Zulu Natal. The star shared the news on social media explaining that she wanted to leave a lasting legacy for her son in the form of something tangible. What an amazing gift!
Here’s a look at what she had to say.
Last year I bought my son some land as his first bday gift and have begun building a farm for him, which he will then hand done to his kids and so on. As you know I rarely show material things on my page, but this was a very proud moment for me as his mother because this is a legacy that will last for many generations to come. It’s the same as Colour @Colourfashionlabel (my fashion line) and the other businesses I’m apart of which you’ll soon learn about, I want my children to understand generational wealth. Having grown up in Durban North and having parents who come from rural KZN Maphumulo, I learnt from both backgrounds that generational wealth is more important than buying things that lose value over time (cars, clothes etc.). I am who I am because of my parents, grand parents and my ancestors. I owe it to my kids to also play my part. Love you @ShakaMadida #RuralKZN #King #NextGeneration #gogonomzukuluwakhe 🏡 🐄