Man starts business, inspires Mzansi: "Start small, aim big"

Man starts business, inspires Mzansi: "Start small, aim big"

- A man has taken to social media to share photos of his business

- He asked God to bless his hustle and the post inspired Mzansi

- Social media users applauded the man for starting his own business and wished him only the best for the future

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With unemployment at an all-time high, more and more South Africans are taking matters into their own hands.

A man, who is only known as Single Ramaphoyisa, has started his own hardware store. Taking to Twitter, Ramaphoyisa shared snaps of his new business and he captioned the post:

"God bless my hustle."

Take a look at his post below:

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South Africans were inspired by the post and they congratulated Ramaphoyisa on his new business venture.

Tumelo Phago, who goes by the Twitter handle @TumeloPhago, commented:

"Congratulations. Start small, aim big - even big brands like Build It and Cash Build started small."

Another tweep, @KOENA47377520, wrote:

"Indeed, don’t forget that the beginning is always the hardest... So, no matter what don’t give up bro."

Social media user, @mphilenv_ndlovu, added:

"You're a born entrepreneur, well done."

Earlier, reported a young entrepreneur took to Twitter to show off his brilliant invention - gloves that light up to help people work in dark and wet areas.

The businessman, who is only known by his Twitter handle @Mnjgadgets, showed off his waterproof LED gloves that would work wonders for plumbers, electricians, technicians and frankly anyone who wants to see while working in small, dark and even wet spaces.

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