- Kris Jenner has a very successful career and she just can't stop making more money for herself
- The 64-year-old mother of Kim Kardashian West has just sold her home for over GHc85m
- She sold the beautiful mansion to Katharina Harf, the younger daughter of wealthy Coty chairman and CEO Peter Harf
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Kim Kardashian West's mom Kris Jenner has sold her gorgeous home in Hidden Hills, California. The Kardashian's matriarch sold the home for a whopping over GHc85m. Kris brought the property back in 2017 for just under R171 million and gave it a designer makeover.
The 64-year-old reality TV star sold the breathtaking mansion to Katharina Harf in an all-cash deal. The six-bedroom, eight-bathroom residence is located across the street from Kim's mansion.
The property is set on 1.28 acres of land and features a home cinema, a private gym and even a den with its own bar. It also has a swimming pool and an outdoor kitchen, among other things.
Katharina is the younger daughter of Coty chairman and CEO Peter Harf. Harf's beauty company bought a majority stake in Kris' daughter Kylie Jenner's cosmetic brand for R10 billion in 2019, according to reports.
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In other news, Gender Minister, Cynthia Mamle Morrison, has recounted an empowering story about how she started life as a businesswoman before she became a politician. Hon. Morrison noted that she went through sweat and tear to make ends meet at the age of 23 years old.
The accomplished Minister urged women who have decided to venture into start-up businesses to remain focused. She stressed that it is one of the certain ways for their businesses to grow.
Hon. Morrison was speaking at the launch of the Young Women Entrepreneurship Initiative in Accra on Wednesday, August 19, 2020, when she said she started hustling at the age of 23 years old. She noted that she has never worked for anybody.
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