54-year-old, Siyabonga Mocwagae from QwaQwa decided that it is never too late to start following her dreams and quit her job to start an exciting business venture.
Siyabonga saw a gap in the market and decided to take the leap and become self-employed.
Siyabonga worked as a lab technician before she decided that she would rather work for herself. She had always hoped to have her own business and is passionate about entrepreneurship.
Putting her talents and skills to good use, Siyabonga decided to start a business selling eggs. She started small, with just four chickens in her own backyard, Briefly.co.za discovered.
Thanks to her keen entrepreneurial insight, she has multiplied those four chickens into a staggering 400 hens. Siyabonga can collect 390 eggs each day.
Siyabonga's thriving enterprise all began when she realised that there was a high demand for fresh eggs in her village, Matsikeng, in the Free State. Gladly accepting the risks that comes with new business ventueres, Siyabonga decided to buy some land and provide healthy produce for the community.
She also sells manure to gardeners and employs one person to help her.
Siyabonga has big dreams and hopes to one day,produce enough eggs to start exporting them.
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