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Lehasa Moloi –Winston on Generations The Legacy’s business and net worth

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In Pictures: ‘Lehasa Moloi’ Winston on Generations The Legacy is an entrepreneur in real life, net worth stuns Mzansi.

Lehasa Moloi plays the role of Winston on Generations The Legacy; his real-life business empire and net worth have been placed under the spotlight and impressed Mzansi.

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On Generations The Legacy, Winston is a dodgy male character who debuted as a patient under Dr. Sphe’s care and later made romantic advances. He portrays an image of a successful businessman who deals with computers and technology. Winston is a lone ranger who has no known family members; in his narration, he was given into foster care at a tender age and grew up at a children’s home hence his involvement in philanthropy.

His involvement with Sphe raised Nkosiyabo Cele and Mazwi’s eyebrows, with the latter demanding to meet him before his interaction with Rorisang. Winston is too good, to be honest, and it’s only a matter of time before she shows red flags and real character.

Winston on Generations The Legacy

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Over his acting career, Lehasa experienced a dry period where jobs hardly came by; he suffered rejection and language discrimination in the industry. Industry rejection and the desperate need to put food on the table triggered entrepreneurial instincts.

Lehasa Moloi –Winston on Generations The Legacy
Lehasa Moloi –Winston on Generations The Legacy: Image Credit @Instagram

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As he is onscreen, a technopreneur on Generations The Legacy, Lehasa has a viable technology-based business in real life.

Lehasa owns photography and social media consultancy companies Moloi Still Pictures and Lehasa Moloi Marketing, respectively. Though Moloi Still pictures is still a startup business, he successfully bagged corporate advertising deals racking over R3.1 million within six months of its inception. In 2022, Lehasa’s net worth is valued at R9.7 million in 2022.

On joining Generations The Legacy cast, Lehasa expressed his gratitude for the chance to return on screens.

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