Watch! Pitso Mosimane’s wife training boxing

She wasn’t going to be able to avoid the spotlight, considering her husband’s prominence, Moira Tlhagale, the wife of Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane is also constructing her name in business and sports.

It seems like she’s not the old-school woman who doesn’t believe in wearing a short tight and hitting the gym. She recently posted a video of herself throwing punches and feels that it’s time she gets into the ring.

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“Here’s some Monday action! Maybe it’s time to get into the ring. @casspernyovest we need to find me an opponent,” Moira wrote on Instagram.

One will come up with a question. Is Moira doing gym because of boredom since Pitso Mosimane is not around? But it seems like she has been doing this for quite some time.

Just like her husband, Moira was born in Kagiso, Krugersdorp. Apart from being the husband and wife, Moira and Pitso are business partners and she’s also the agent to “Jingles”.

What else does she do?

She’s a businesswoman, quantity surveyor by profession, and a registered Construction Project Manager. She graduated from the University of Cape Town with a Bsc Honours Degree in Quantity Surveying in 1998. She also graduated from Peninsula Technikon with a National Diploma in Building Surveying.

It appears that she has more than 20 years in the building environment including being a quantity surveyor, property development manager, and project manager. She’s the owner and Managing Director of the TMTJ Consulting Gauteng (PTY) Limited.

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Pitso married Moira in 1982 after he became a professional footballer, that’s when Moira became his football manager. Together they have three children in Kopane, Lelentle, and Reatlegile Mosimane. Moira also has a business called MT Sports Marketing and Management that represents elite sports personalities.

They recently announced the Pitso Mosimane Soccer Schools that will be open soon which promises to make a huge contribution to the development of South African football.

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