Popular South African celebrities venturing into the alcohol industry

Popular South African celebrities venturing into the alcohol industry

Many of the South African celebrities are venturing into the alcohol industry as they decide to do both the entertainment and the alcohol side by side.

However, judging from the past few months, they are ready to make some moves and make more money.

Those who decide to go into business may include presenters, rappers, singers, sport personalities, fashion designers among others.

Check out some of the celebrities with alcohol brand.


Queen B is also the first black woman to become a member of the Cap Classique Producers Association.

She said: “The House of BNG has been a passion project of mine for a long time. It’s no secret that champagne is my favourite drink, so getting the chance to make my own MCC was an opportunity I couldn’t miss out on!”



Jin Gin is a spirit that blends one part of J and two parts of his culture and story.

The brand aims to offer a high-quality gin to the market that boasts local South African flavours with J’Something’s Portuguese roots.





Tbo Touch is a business man who has left a huge print in the media industry. He also owns two alcohol brands such as Touch Reserve wines which were launched in 2018 and his own gin called the 48 Gin which was also launched in 2018.



The television presenter, and now winemaker Thapelo Mokoena collaborated with Bosman Family Vineyards in a new venture that celebrates progress and transformation as well as the launch of new wine.



Khumalo took to Instagram to announce the good news, saying she just made controversy taste good.

I just made Controversy taste good! I am excited to introduce the new Controversy Gin By Kelly Khumalo available exclusively online for pre-order at @makro_sa,” she wrote.



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