"I Started With R250": Meet Nokubonga Ntuli, Who Makes School Uniforms for Kids

"I Started With R250": Meet Nokubonga Ntuli, Who Makes School Uniforms for Kids

- A local woman has started a flourishing school uniform manufacturing business, selling her products to mostly poor communities

- She got her feet off the ground with a R250 loan and one month's free rent from a kind landlord

- Today, Skyee Blue uniforms is a top contender amongst school uniform vendors in Durban

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A local woman has made a success of herself selling school uniforms to black communities. The inspiring young woman started her uniform and supplies manufacturing business with a R250 loan from her dad and a month's free rent from one generous lanlord.

‘ I Started With R250′: Meet Nokubonga Ntuli Who Makes School Uniforms for Kids
This seamstress started her own uniform supplies business. Images: Nokubonga Ntuli/Facebook
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Nokubonga Ntuli doesn't come from much so has always known the day-to-day struggles of not having access to quality school uniforms as a child. The young woman wanted to make a difference in the lives of children just like her, always knowing she'd make her quality products affordable and easily accessible to poorer black communities.

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Today Skyee Blue uniforms supplies a large chunk of public schools in Durban, boasting the second-highest spot as the city's top uniform suppliers.

Ntuli says she hopes to continue instilling confidence and pride in black children. She's also very proud to count herself amongst the many black entrepreneurs creating useful products to put back into the community.

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Meanwhile, in similar news about clothing, Briefly News previously reported that Mzansi actress Linda Mtoba loves her daughter Bean and was inspired to start a clothing label for toddlers in her honour. Linda is a very stylish mom and loves dressing her daughter up, so it makes sense that she would try to put other mothers on to the vibe as well.

Taking to social media, Linda spoke about how nervous she was to be starting this new business venture. The young mother thanked her fans for their words of encouragement and support for the new clothing line.

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"Thank you so much for the support and the joy. You don't know how much you've eased my anxiety and I am grateful," she said.

Linda has already started an Instagram account to showcase the clothes that she will be selling and fans are showing their love by following her. A few have said that they can't wait to see what type of clothes she will produce with her team.

Being a mother is not always glamorous but Linda is trying to make the most of it. She's showing that she is more than just an actress and fans absolutely love that for her.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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