- A young man by the name of Tshepo has successfully opened up a designer store named after himself
- Tshepo designs clothing that seems to be made completely out of denim and usually shares pics of his work online
- His latest achievement of opening a store has left many South Africans feeling an amazing sense of pride
Tshepo is a South African designer who has showcased his work online for a while now. He recently shared that he has opened a store with the same name as his in Hyde Park Corner, a premium shopping area of Johannesburg.
He shared an image of himself standing outside the stunning store. "Tshepo" is written in big bold print right above a circular-shaped entrance. The store has a stunning new-age feel to it from the image Tshepo shared.
His post ignited a fire of pride in the hearts of many South Africans who could not be more excited to see him succeed.
Take a look at his post below:
Below are just a few of the congratulatory messages he received:
"Congratulations Tshepo. Big up brother!"
"Congratulations Tsepho. Patience is truly a virtue."
"Well done dude, it always does, hence the expression patience is a virtue..."
"Tshepo is doing well. Let's continue to support him and other young designers."
@mo_tshele also said:
"Congratulations, it looks great. Best wishes, let the sales roll in."
"This is beautiful, congratulations Tshepo."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a man who built his business up from his bedroom. Lekau Sehoana detailed how his business, DRIP FootWear, has grown in the past eight months and his post left thousands of South Africans stunned and inspired.
Earlier this year, Sehoana was still working from his bedroom and then he rented a warehouse the size of a small RDP house.
However, he quickly branched out and within only months, Sehoana went from a start-up entrepreneur to a successful business owner. Today, he employs 44 people, sells his stock at six retail stores and has four delivery vehicles.
Sehoana added that his company is 100% proudly South African. While reacting to a comment, the entrepreneur revealed that all the employees in his business are locals.
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