Teen, 18, starts own business without money, inspires South Africans

Teen, 18, starts own business without money, inspires South Africans

- A teenager inspired South Africans with his business

- The 18-year-old started a milkshake business despite not having a cent in his bank account

- He revealed he loves milkshakes but his mom could not afford to buy one and that inspired the business idea

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A social media user, @ForgieFoxVI, took to Twitter to gush about his business. The 18-year-old, who hails from Limpopo, revealed he owns a milkshake business called Makwela Milkshakes.

Briefly.co.za learned the young entrepreneur revealed he had no money to start a business but he still followed his dreams.

@ForgieFoxVI added he used an old machine to perfect his recipe to see if people would like it.

Take a look at his tweet below:

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The young entrepreneur added that he chose milkshakes as his expertise because he loves them but his mother could not afford to buy him one.

He wrote in a tweet:

"I started the milkshake company as I love them and my mom couldn't afford to buy me one. Unfortunately we no longer have access to machines we were using but we hope to get help buy new ones. With God nothing is impossible."

South Africans were inspired by the young man's determination and they showed him support online.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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