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Coty was born in a township called Witbank, Mpumalanga Region of South Africa. He is the last born of Chief Molate Muller Mampeule of the Balovhedu tribe and Morohang Josephine Mampeule (maiden name, Mahlatsi). He was born on the 11th of January 1973.
When his parents separated in 1976, he was only 3 years old, where he moved down south with his mother and other siblings. Later he moved to a township called The Vaal, in Bophelong. This is where he stayed with his grandfather, from the mother’s side. He then went to stay with his other grandmother, a sister to his mother’s mother. This where in an early age, he helped her grandmother with dreams to win the Fa-Fi game of numbers. The grandmother would ask what Coty’s has dreamt of and she would place the first bet of what the dream was about. Miraculously, the number would be selected and the granny would be pleased.
Later he moved with his mother to Sebokeng, then to Evaton in the late 1980’s. He was later rejoined with his siblings where they all moved to Evaton Central. During that era, it was popular for grannies to ask what little kids have dreamt and would place bets with such dream results. He was recognized by few women in the yard they used to share and would ask what his dream was and they would come back smiling.
In 1981 he started his schooling in a primary school called Montsosi under a strict Head Mistress called Connie Mbowani. He excelled in his studies but prone to sicknesses all the time. He contracted pneumonia that nearly caused him his life. He then finished his primary and went to a higher primary called Phepane High under Mr. Mphahlele. He received a bursary for the Best Academic Student in Grade 8’s.
He then tried to move back to his birthplace in Witbank but came back to The Vaal. He joined a secondary school called Tokelo High and finished his Matric in 1991. He then went to further his studies at Vaal University of Technology, where he studied BCommerce degree concentrated in Business Management, Economics and Accounting Sciences.
He then joined the First National Bank for his first professional employment. And then moved to SABMiller Group where he continued to work as a Sales person. Then he joined All-pay Group (ABSA Subsidiary) and he worked with Government Grant Payments.
He later joined Pernod Ricard South Africa under David de Mardt, as a Sales Representative, and later got promoted to a Manager in Sales. He later was promoted to Activations and Promotions.
He then joined a South African based company called The Ceres Beverages Company as a Divisional Activations Manager. Then he formed his own company and sees to its daily survival.