Graduate helps sister with food stall, becomes online sensation

Graduate helps sister with food stall, becomes online sensation

- A young woman has turned her sister's fruit stall into a raging success

- Lonalinamandla Bawuti used the knowledge she learned while studying strategic advertising to turn her sister's street business around

- Now, Bawuti and the “Third stand Mamela taxi rank” are social media sensations

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While some are waiting for jobs, others are taking matters into their own hands. A strategic advertising graduate, Lonalinamandla Bawuti, has inspired thousands of South Africans online.

According to the Daily Dispatch, Bawuti started helping out at the food stall her sister - who is a paramedic and holds an N3 in electrical engineering - founded.

She started advertising the business on social media and it resulted in many showing up to support the business.

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On Twitter, Bawuti boasts with more 10 100 followers and she said the fruit stall's sales went from barely anything to selling out stock each day.

The graduate revealed in a tweet that a Good Samaritan even donated a gazebo to help keep them safe from the sun and other weather elements.

She wrote on Twitter:

"An angel whose name did not want to be mentioned bought us this gazebo. We are so grateful for the support you guys have been showing us. "

Briefly.co.za gathered the business savvy young lady inspired many South Africans, who applauded her online.

Unathi Luthweyi Ndzube wrote:

"Keep going girl, I love your spirit. Greater things are coming your way."

Scott Magwaca commented:

"Self-driven lady."

Nzwano Nez Jiyane added:

"I sincerely hope you grow. Success stories start like this."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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