- A local man recently took to Twitter to share pictures of his fruit and veg supply business
- The proud man also shared pictures of the business when it just began on the back of a bakkie
- Impressed Twitter users had many questions for the young man, a lot of them wanted to get involved too
Being the owner of a successful business can bring one a lot of pride and joy. A South African man recently proved this to be true after heading to Twitter where he shared pictures of his ever-growing business.
@DumakudeNn impressed hundreds by posting a picture of his fruit and veg market that started off very small, in fact, it began at the back of a bakkie out of which he sold his fresh fruits and vegetables.
He has now moved on to bigger and better things and owns a beautiful and well-established store that not only sells fruit and vegetables but other products that are part of a healthy lifestyle such as proteins.
Inspired locals quickly headed to the comment section where they congratulated the young man. Many of them asked how they too could get involved. Read a few of their comments below.
"Great things are coming."
"How do the rest of us buy shares?"
"What are the T’s and C’s of buying shares in your company?"
"All the best bro , hopefully we’ll work together very soon"
In similar inspiring Briefly.co.za news, six years of joblessness is enough to drive one into a kind of depression that will either drown you or force you to make a decision to bring yourself back up. Tshepo Mazibuko, a 40-year-old man, found himself in this predicament.
Instead of allowing his desperate situation to worsen, he decided to do what most people would never even consider - become a waste picker.
Little did he know that the decision would change his life forever. Only 29 years old and desperate for any kind of work, Tshepo got the idea to become a waste picker from a Brazilian man whom he had met while doing volunteer work.
“One day I approached [a waste picker] and he told me how they pick up waste to go and sell it. That just made me crazy because the township is dirty.”
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