- A local man is a serious influence on social media after posting pictures showing his hustle in a street corner
- The young man, Xolani, says he operates his business in Richards Bay, KwaZulu-Natal and he is selling braaied or grilled chicken
- South Africans are now encouraging him to keep going because the business is such a brilliant idea and many are praying for its sustainability
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Xolani is wowing his social media followers after posting his hustle in his neighbourhood. The young man shared inspiring images of himself in action on a street corner.
@MawrongzJnr is selling grilled chicken and it’s known as Chicken Dust in many townships. The guy is also spotted with his right-hand man and a number of pics show his braaied meat ready to be sold.
The man didn’t write a long caption for his inspiring post. South Africans are delighted for him because he is trying to make ends meet without finding himself on the wrong side of the law. The proud guy operates his booming business around Richards Bay in KwaZulu-Natal.
The post reads:
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“May God bless your hustle so it gives more profit
“Sbwl that chicken dust yoh.”
“Well done. Nyama yenu looks dry though brazo. Anizame izindlela to present it better and keep it tender.”
“Next time ngicela ufake ne location for people to know where to find you.”
“Keep up the good work skeem.”
“Your chicken looks delicious. The apron is such a vibe.”
“Men who lead by example God bless your hustle.”
“I like your sneakers braai master.”
“God bless your hustle Fam.”
“Pusha boy, it's gonna pay big time.”
“Phusha Phanda Play.”
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In a previous post, Briefly News reported that a local entrepreneur has dazzled Mzansi with her up-and-coming seed business.
The inspiring businesswoman has created packaging for her products from recycled paper which makes the seedlings totally eco-friendly.
Heading online, a local business page @KasiEconomy shared her story. "Meet @lerat0_ founder of @LinaleliC a company that retails SEED paper products, once planted the paper grows into flowers, herbs or veggies.
The paper is RECYCLED and embedded with seeds. "The paper is great for, business card, flyer, bookmark etc," they captioned the post.