Irvin Khoza (born 27 January 1948 in Alexandra Township) is a South African soccer administrator. He was expelled from Fort Hare University for anti-apartheid activities.
His date of birth is on 27 January 1948 and the place of birth is in Alexandra Township. Irvin Khoza is 72 years old (2020).
He received an Honorary Doctorate of Philosophy from the University of Zululand. The award served to recognize his involvement in sports development.
Khoza also received the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) in 2009.
He received an invitation and gratitude by the South African Defense Military Command Council for a successful FIFA Confederations Cup in 2009.
The name of Irvin Khoza’s wife to Matina.
He is the father of a daughter, Sonono Khoza and two sons, Nkosana Khoza and Mpumi Khoza.
Sonono Khoza was in a relationship with President Jacob Zuma and gave him his 20th child, Thandekile Matina Zuma.
Khoza is the chairperson of the Orlando Pirates Football Club. He became the secretary of Orlando Pirates F.C. in 1980.
He rarely goes to the team dressing room but visits the room anytime there is a match against Kaizer Chiefs, their long-time arch-rivals.
Orlando Pirates, his team, is the only team in South Africa to have won the African Champions League Cup. In 1995, The team defeated the Asec Mimosa of the Ivory Coast.
The football club is the only club in South Africa to win the African Champions trophy.
He is the chairman of the South African Premier Soccer League (PSL). Khoza was also the vice-president of the South African Football Association (Safa).
In the 2010 FIFA World Cup TM Organizing Committee (2004-2010), he served as the chairman.
He also served as the chairman of SA’s 2010 FIFA World CupTM bid team. This granted them the right to host the 2010 FIFA World CupTM in his country, South Africa.
According to Information Cradle and Kaizer Chief News on Facebook, Irvin Khoza has an estimated net worth of USD 10 million (R147.9m)