- A seven-year-old boy created a fictional superhero to inspire young children
- The character, who he dubbed Supermash, aims to teach kids and help them become their own heroes
- The young entrepreneur is the son of businessman Collen Mashawana
Businessman Collen Mashawana gushed about his seven-year-old son on social media on Thursday.
Mashawana said his son, Prince, developed a "business model through his own company that produces animated short stories and comic books."
Through his company, the seven-year-old created a superhero called Supermash. The character aims to inspire other kids by helping them with their growth and development.
The businessman wrote:
"Supermash is the first black child fictional superhero which aims to encourage young kids to see themselves as heroes in their own right. In pursuit of ways to overcome the various challenges, Supermash becomes the friend in them that is able to give them the power to become a superhero."
Prince followed in the footsteps of father, Collen Mashawana, who has gone the extra mile to help people using his business, Afribiz.
Mashawana has built countless homes for underprivileged people. Briefly.co.za previously reported that Mashawana made good on his vow to build a woman a new house.
The businessman gifted Tebogo Makwala a new house only a few weeks after visiting her.
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