Meet Mxolisi Buthelezi, the Man Who Is Empowering Tuckshop Owners

Meet Mxolisi Buthelezi, the Man Who Is Empowering Tuckshop Owners

- Mxolisi Buthelezi has come up with the amazing idea to assist tuckshop owners by rebranding their businesses

- Buthelezi's story was featured by popular Twitter account Kasi Economy and Mzansi seems to be here for it

- Buthelezi's company also supplies bulk orders at a cheaper price for tuckshop owners, assisting their businesses further

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A man by the name of Mxolisi Buthelezi is transforming tuckshops and empowering owners with his company. Khona La reportedly rebrands tuckshops and bulk supplies them with products at a cheaper price.

Popular Twitter account Kasi Economy shared a post about Buthelezi in a truly inspirational moment. The post included an image of Buthelezi, an image of a few tuckshop owners as well as the transformations done by Buthelezi's company.

South Africans could not be more excited for Buthelezi's inspiring hard work and dedication to empowering Mzansi's small business owners.

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Meet Mxolisi Buthelezi, the man who is empowering tuckshop owners
Mxolisi Buthelezi has come through with a brilliant idea to assist tuckshop owners with their businesses. Image: @KasiEconomy
Source: Twitter

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Briefly News took a look at some of the responses left under the Twitter post:

@khaya_dumiso said:

"Surprising to see the are some South Africans who still own spaza shops, thought that that market was taken."

@PaulAndile2 wrote:

"I could be wrong and I stand to be corrected."

@ninet33n88 quote tweeted with:

"Complaining builds nothing. Listening to complaints is where you find opportunities. Kasi economy, now inventory management, customer service, financial management and this becomes sustainable and resilient with adding #DigitalTransformation."

@Simphiwe_Chef tweeted:

"We need to support this... We need to tack back our tuckshops."

@mduie_ added:

"This is huge... Finally fighting back the right way.

In other inspiring SA business stories, Briefly News recently reported on Zamani Bhengu, a young entrepreneur who started his business selling only a few watches on the street earlier this year, has just opened his own fashion house - AmaBhengu Fashion.

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The Pietermaritzburg businessman says he prides himself on creating luxury mechanical watches at everyday affordable prices. He's also taken to expanding his small business into a more easily accessible online store and we're definitely here for the local game changer.

Social media users were certainly eager to show the fashion retailer @ambgfashion some love in the comments section.

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