Nandi Madida buys her son Shaka land

While the EFF and social media users have been vocal over the issue of land, media personality and businesswoman Nandi Madida has revealed how she’s #GettingTheLandBack.

The mother of one took to social media to share how she got her child, Shaka Madida, land when he turned one a year ago.

In an Instagram post the Colour fashion label founder explained her reasons behind getting him land and how the idea came about.

“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,” a proud Nandi wrote.

“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.),” she explained.

While the news made us feel inspired, the yummy mom and wife also revealed she was building a farm on the land!

Check the post below:

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 🏡 🐄

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