Irvin Khoza (born 27 January 1948 in Alexander) is a South African football administrator and businessperson.
He is the chairperason of Orlando Pirates Football Club, Chairperson of the SA Premier Soccer League.
|Born||27 January 1948 (age 73 years)|
|Spouses||Yvonne Mantwa Kgotleng-Khoza (d. 2020)|
Matina Khoza (d. 2020)
|Estimated Net worth||$10 million (2021)|
|Profession||Football administrator, businessperson|
His date of birth is on the 27th of January 1948 and the place of birth is in Alexander, South Africa.
Irvin Khoza is 73 years old. He celebrates his birthday every year on January 27th.
Irvin was married to the late Yvonne Mantwa Kgotleng-Khoza and late Matina Khoza. Yvonne Mantwa Kgotleng-Khoza died on 17 January 2020.
As a couple they were blessed with three (3) children; a daughter and two (2) sons.
His other wife, Matina Khoza, died on 23 July 2020. Their marriage was blessed with four (4) children; two (2) sons and two (2) daughters.
Irvin’s daughter, Sonono Khoza, was in a relationship with the former president, Jacob Zuma.
Their relationship produced his twentieth child, Thandekile Matina Zuma.
He lost his other daughter, Zodwa Khoza, in 2006 to what the doctors described as multiple organ failure.
She died at the Louis Pasteur Hospital, Pretoria.
According to Information Cradle, Irvin Khoza has an estimated net worth of over $10 million (R146 million).
He is the Vice-President of the South African Football Association.
In 1980, he became the secretary of Orlando Pirates and in about eleven (11) years in the Football club, in 1991, he became the owner.
He played a credible role to secure the current sponsors of the league, Absa Group Limited during his service as the chairman of the Premier Soccer League.
He served as the Chairperson of the 2010 FIFA World Cup Organizing Committee South Africa.
This followed his service as the Chairperson of South Africa’s 2010 FIFA World Cup bid.
He was on the team that secured the right to host the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.
Later, Irvin claimed the position of the chairperson of the SA Organising Committee.