- A business-focused Mzansi man is celebrating starting a new hustle from an already running one
- Taking to his Twitter account, @ZamaniBheng announced he is starting a delivery business after buying new a bike, thanks to his hustle as a watch merchant paying off so well
- The tweet garnered 14 likes, with several social media users applauding @ZamaniBheng for his drive and ambition
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It's either you go big or go home, and that is the message one proud Mzansi entrepreneur is sending out as he celebrates a huge milestone.
The tweet read:
Boss moves: Young man saves NSFAS money to start own business, Mzansi showers the entrepreneur with praise
"I used to walk long distances to deliver. I still remember those extremely bad weather days I had to go through. This year, on my birthday, I bought this bike. I'm now venturing into [the] delivery business."
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A serial entrepreneur with varied interests
In his bio, @ZamaniBheng describes himself as a serial village entrepreneur interested in building brands and businesses.
In addition to being the CEO of Amabhengu, an online retail company, the business-tuned fellow makes it as the owner of AmaBhengu Fashion. The latter is the watch business he credits for propelling him towards his newest venture.
The tweet garnered 14 likes, with several social media users applauding @ZamaniBheng for his drive and ambition.
"All the best king."
Meet the Infomation Systems student who started his own carpentry business at 22
In another inspirational news story, Briefly News reported that 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.
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."
Source: Briefly News