- The global pandemic has affected many people in terms of their careers and their lives
- Many people still tried their hardest to find ways to put food on the table and keep a roof over their heads
- Briefly.co.za compiled a list of the top 4 people whose hustles inspired Mzansi in 2020
This year has been a tough one for many across the globe. The global pandemic has made life hard for people all over the world. Whether they have lost their jobs or had insane salary cuts, people have been trying their best.
2020 has had many people putting effort into their side hustles and other hustles that they just never had time to take on before. From farming and motivational speaking to working hard to do whatever they can.
Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the top Mzansi hustlers that inspired the nation with their determination this year.
1. Jon Lyon took to Twitter share how he hustled to put himself through university. Lyon took part in a social media challenge where he detailed how his life has changed over a couple of years. He captioned the post:
"How it started vs how it is going. Hustle for University Application fee 2012 vs 2016 UCT Alumni."
2. Twitter user SanaKerin shared her post on the social media platform. The young lady sells fresh produce around the Pretoria region. Social media users were quick to retweet and share her post with others. Many were also getting further details about her hustle so they could show their support.
3. A talented young lady is making her mark with her farming business and she took to social media to inspire others. Farmer girl (@malele_keletso) shared a tweet which showcased her 1 000 chickens and her vegetable patches.
4. A snap of Cassper Nyovest and the young hustler who recently went viral on social media for his motivational talk at a taxi rank has melted many social media users' hearts. The pic of Cass chilling with the young boy, his gardener Innocent and his crew in his house has been doing the rounds on Twitter streets. Many tweeps have praised Mufasa for finding the boy.
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a hustle that paid off. Twitter user Ndhavezitha Mhinga, @Mhingedg, took to social media to flex the success of his company which took three years to open its doors without any funding or investors.
It took a lot of hard work but Ndhavezitha was able to do it and from the looks of it he will be in business for a long time still to come.
He posted some snaps of his business and it looks very professional.
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