- Vuyo Pakade has managed to achieve more in one year than most people do in a decade
- The young entrepreneur bought his first car last year at the age of 24
- This year, Pakade developed and launched his first app
Vuyo Pakade is one inspirational young man. In just one year, he ticked off two mayor goals some people take years to reach.
Pakade took to his Twitter account to reveal how much he achieved since 2018.
At the age of 24, the entrepreneur, who is the founder of two companies, bought a Volkswagen GTi. A year later, Pakade developed his very first app.
Briefly.co.za gathered the handsome 25-year-old now hopes 2020 will be the year in which he changes the lives of South Africans in need.
Pakade is the founder of Foonda - a tech platform that connects students with scholarships - and UNPCKD - a company that details the journeys of "young African entrepreneurs to help inspire and unlock the next generation of African Unicorns".
Pakade's story inspired other South Africans who encouraged him to never give up on his dreams.
Briefly.co.za previously reported on another entrepreneur. Peter Chihoro, a dedicated dad, makes and sells brooms to pay for his kids' education.
The man rides his bicycle up to 80 kilometres a day to fetch the wood he uses to manufacture the brooms.
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