- The owner of Bathu sneakers, Theo Baloyi, recently headed online to celebrate another amazing milestone for his business
- Taking to Twitter, Baloyi shared that his company had just purchased a truck, which in turn has created even more employment in SA
- Many locals celebrated the achievement with Baloyi heartily, each sharing congratulatory messages in the comment section
Theo Baloyi of Bathu Sneakers is truly an inspiration. Taking to Twitter, the young man once again celebrated a huge milestone for his bustling business - purchasing a brand new truck, making him the owner of three big trucks.
In the heartwarming post, Baloyi also expresses delight at the fact that the truck does not only mean his business is expanding but also that the new truck will be a source of employment for two more South Africans.
"As Grace keeps flowing, our mission to create sustainable jobs keeps growing. Yesterday we welcomed our third delivery truck. This means two more jobs will be created and this will bring our total employee headcount to 181 employees. Thank you for your support," he captioned a pic of himself standing proudly in front of the new truck.
Soon locals were sharing messages of support, encouragement, and congratulations in the comment section. Read their thoughts below:
"Well done Theo & the team."
"Keep on inspiring us."
"Well done black brother."
"Big ups to you buddy, great work!"
In more inspiring Briefly.co.za reports, both @kulanicool and @PaullySkin recently headed to Twitter to share a post about a 21-year-old Limpopo man called Mukundi Malovhele, who built a Lamborgini look-alike from an old burnt-out car.
"Meet Mukundi Malovhele, a 21 year old from Limpopo, Venda. He did his matric last year at Tshipise Sagole. He started making his own car 5 years ago. To those who are interested in helping him, please contact him on 079 265 0556.
"He is about to finish the project but due to financial problem he is facing he can't be able to buy the engine for the car. To those who are interested in helping him, please contact him on 079 265 0556. Let's keep sharing," wrote Paully on her Twitter page recently.
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