- A young Computer Information Systems student from Bloemfontein in the Free State has Mzansi in awe of his amazing work as a self-taught carpenter
- Thabang Shinners, 22, started his carpentry business in 2020 after seeing an opportunity to exploit a gap in the market
- A social media post about Shinners has inspired Saffas to doff their hats to the burgeoning entrepreneur
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A young man from Bloemfontein in the Free State is making the right moves, and Mzansi cannot help but stan the trailblazer.
The Computer Information Systems (CIS) student is a self-taught carpenter and is leading as a trendsetter of note as he takes full charge of his future.
Thabang Shinners, 22, started his carpentry business in 2020 after seeing an opportunity to exploit a gap in the market.
In his words, many people were working and studying at home because of the restrictions around Covid-19. More incredibly, he learnt everything he knows over YouTube.
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A post of his efforts on the Briefly News Facebook page attracted nearly 200 positive reactions as others in Mzansi stan the young king.
The post read in part:
"Hard work and dedication always pay off. He is a true example of the fact that you can do anything you put your mind to."
Scanning through the comments, several inspired Saffas doffed their hats to the burgeoning entrepreneur.
Sthembiso Petros said:
"Big up, buddy."
Lyly Çäñoê Matjila added:
"Let's keep moving."
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Creative woman uses plastic bottles to make brooms
In another inspirational news story, Briefly News recently shone the spotlight on a local woman, who has been hailed as creative for her work in converting plastic bottles into brooms which she, in turn, sells to make a living.
A post displaying several pictures of the entrepreneur crafting the domestic cleaning tools was published on Facebook by Qwaqwa News.
The page noted the importance of shining the spotlight on creative individuals who work hard to make a living with a caption that read:
"This woman entrepreneur turns plastic bottle waste into brooms for cleaning. This woman needs her work to go viral on the networks so that her work can be highlighted.
"#Qwaqwanews has always been the right online platform promoting hard-working people in this country."
Source: Briefly News