Inspiring greatness: Woman, 19, started her own company and foundation

Inspiring greatness: Woman, 19, started her own company and foundation

- Naledi is just 19 years old

- She already runs her own beauty company as well as a charity foundation

- She urged young women to never allow age to determine what they can or can't do

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A 19-year-old girl from Polokwane, Limpopo, is striving for greatness as an entrepreneur despite her relatively young age.

Naledi is already the owner of Scéntilles, a company that manufactures beauty products such as masks, glycerin soaps, fragrances, bath salts, bath bombs, and body wash.

She is also the founder of the Limpopo-based For The Kids charity foundation, which donates clothes, tinned food, toys, and books to kids in need.

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According to Twitter page @SheSouthAfrica, Naledi has taken a gap year from her studies to focus on her entrepreneurial journey.

Scéntilles has already built up a following of over 1,000 people on Instagram. Its products have been dermatologically tested and approved, and are manufactured in labs.

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Speaking to @SheSouthAfrica, Naledi had this piece of advice for young women and other aspiring entrepreneurs:

Never let age determine and limit your capabilities to make your dreams come true. You can change the world one step at a time.

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