Tshepo Mashego, who goes by Tshepo Tsala on Twitter posted a message on the social media platform advising people to rather save for a celebration than indebting themselves with a loan.
He said that it would be better to wait if a celebration is too costly until you have enough money to pay for the vent cash.
A Tweep commented on the post saying that she and her husband had postponed their wedding for 12 years and celebrated it loan free when they could afford it. In the meantime, they had two children and built a loving home for them.
Tshepo Mashego came from humble beginnings and as a results respects the value of money. He was raised along with his three siblings by his single mother in Kanyamazane in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga.
Tshepo has a love for fashion and suits and he turned his passion into his future career. He collected suits from different stores around the country and while he was fully employed he founded his own company Relevance For Men in 2015.
He resigned from his job in 2016 to focus on his own company which specialises in custom made suits for men and has recently released a new range of shoes.
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