Limpopo Woman Sela Matsemela Runs Delivery Business Employing 10, SA Inspired

Limpopo Woman Sela Matsemela Runs Delivery Business Employing 10, SA Inspired

  • A Mzansi entrepreneur is leading the way and inspiring others through her efforts in the bread-baking business
  • Sela Matsemela started her business, Ramariz Bakery, delivering bread on foot and later using a wheelbarrow and bicycle
  • Matsemela, from Sekgakgapeng near Mokopane, now owns small trucks and employs more than 10 people

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A Mzansi entrepreneur is leading the way and inspiring others through the magnificent strides she has made in the bread baking business.

The Limpopo-based trailblazer, Sela Matsemela, started her business Ramariz Bakery delivering bread on foot around Sekgakgapeng, a semi-urban rural township north of Mokopane on the N11 road in Waterberg.

Bread, Baking, Business, Ramariz Bakery, Sekgakgapeng, Mokopane, Limpopo, Trucks, Employs, Entrepreneur
A Mzansi entrepreneur is leading the way and inspiring others through her efforts in the bread-baking business. Image: @Sela Matsemela/ Facebook.
Source: Facebook

Her inspiring story of also delivering using a wheelbarrow and bicycle has caught Mzansi's attention. Matsemela now owns small trucks and employs more than 10 people.

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A picture post published by Briefly News on Facebook garnered a massive reception, attracting more than 5 000 positive reactions and nearly 300 comments and shares.

@Bobby Tlali said:

"Hard work and patience pay. No manna from heaven."

@Ramasela Julia wrote:

"Keep it up. We are so proud of you Sela Matsemela."

@Sesi Kawi added:

"Hard work pays in the end, and now you're feeding more than 10 families. God bless your hustle, dear."

@Lesego Mosito reacted:

"May God protect you and your business from evil people who will try to destroy your business, Amen!!"

@Jeneral Mthombeni shared:

"These are South African heroes."

@Vuyo Ndlebe offered:

"These are the stories we need to create."

@Emmanuel Mavhiya mentioned:

"Keep up the good work. Thumbs up

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According to @KasiEconomy, Anna Hartebeest and Harriet Matjila have made significant strides not only to create decent jobs at their 100 per cent black female-owned company but to ensure the environment is clean.

The pair received due recognition as they were awarded the PET-trepreneur award at the annual PETCO Awards in 2019.

The awards recognise enterprising individuals and organisations across South Africa rethinking the recyclability of packaging.

The awards recognise enterprising individuals and organisations across South Africa rethinking the recyclability of packaging.

Source: Briefly.co.za

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