Young lady’s hustle in her village inspires Mzansi: “This is so dope”

Young lady’s hustle in her village inspires Mzansi: “This is so dope”

- A young lady became a social media sensation after news broke of her innovative fast-food delivery business

- In spite of the nationwide lockdown, the woman and her sister are making and delivering kotas in their rural village

- Business has been booming and South Africans lauded her for her entrepreneurial ability

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South African business are suffering due to the Covid-19 pandemic and nationwide lockdown.

However, one fledgling business is booming in a little rural village in Giyani, Limpopo.

Letah Mhlongo recently started her fast-food business and it's been flourishing despite the extended lockdown.

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The talented young lady revealed that she and her sister are making kotas and delivering them to residents in their village.

Briefly.co.za touched based with Letah and she revealed the motivation behind the innovative idea.

She said, "I started this because I want the people around me to feel how it’s like to receive food deliveries, because people in deep villages are usually mapped out when it comes to food deliveries."

Aside from doing the deliveries with her bicycle, Letah explained that she's currently studying towards a post-graduate degree at the University of Cape Town.

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Letah shared the above tweet via her Twitter handle Letah (@letahmhlongo) and the post attracted nearly 30 000 likes.

Billy Masinga (@mbhetseni) said,

"Great stuff. Let's be creative, when this economy fully open up, we should not be relying on the arrogant people to employ us. Let's do something for ourselves."

Maphala P (@Maps_pj) added,

"You are far better than these entitled crybabies called unemployed graduates. As if the world owes them jobs, no company sent anyone to varsity with the promise of employment. Hustling is the new norm."

Alpha B (@Green_Greenly) said,

"This is so dope."

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that two years after graduating, a man, Boet Joy Khulie, could still not find a job.

Instead of moping around and waiting for an opportunity to come to him, Khulie took matters into his own hands.

The graduate started a restaurant business that has been growing stronger and it inspired the county.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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