A man has inspired Mzansi by making and selling bags out of beer lids. The entrepreneur hails from a small village in the Northern Cape.
Keaoleboga Tswisane took to the #ImStaying Facebook group to share the young man's story. He is from a village called Bothithong in the Northern Cape. Due to high unemployment rates, he decided to take it upon himself to use his skills to make money. The talented youth makes beautiful hand bags from recycled beer lids.
Social media users were impressed by his skills. Facebook user Thapelo Olorato said:
"Wonderful job. Let's make him popular"
Liz Francis Duvenage said:
"What a fantastic way of keeping our environment clean"
Lorraine Anne Weber Birdsey said:
"Well done, beautifully made"
Renette Alberts said:
"Someone must sell it for him in other province"
Lindiwe Shabalala said:
"Well done its amazing"
Christopher James Glisson said:
"How innovative ! Brilliant"
Helena Bester said:
"I would like to give something to support his initiative. What about a 'Back a Buddy' fund?"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that a woman named Tiny has been given a chance at making something more of her life in rural North West province. She, along with other community members, are supporting their families by creating beautiful bags from bright local shwe-shwe fabric.
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