After announcing his retirement from the beautiful game on Tuesday, former Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates captain, Jimmy Tau, announced that he will venture into corporate world where, amongst others, he will work with SAFA President Kirsten Nematandani.
Tau told the Siya crew that he will be working with current players, former players and the public in general, in helping people invest their money. The 33-year-old is looking forward to his new challenge.
“Yes, I will be working with Mr. Nematandani on a different venture from football matters. It is great that I will be working not only with football people but every South African out there.
“It is a new venture with new challenges but I will humbly request your continued support as you have shown me in my playing career," Tau explained.
In addition, the Kimberley-born defender will be publishing an autobiography on his life story, which will be released before the end of the year.
“I don't want to say a lot right now as I will tell much more in my life story book which I am writing. The book will be released on December 25 this year and you will read a lot more in that book,” Tau concluded.