- Only known as Dr Chauke, a South African man has shared an impactful photograph online with his followers
- The man has revealed that not only did get a new space to work from, but he will also employ people in his establishment
- With his followers seemingly impressed with the budding entrepreneur, some have also shared a few pieces of advice with him
Another South African, known as Dr Chauke, has taken to his Twitter account to share his recent achievement and has undoubtedly inspired many of his followers.
Chauke is a businessman and says he plies his trade in the branding and printing sector, which covers printing on garments and paper bag printing as well as what he calls 'umbrella branding'.
As his business is booming, he says he has successfully opened branches in Durban and Johannesburg as well as one in Tshwane.
In a picture posted on Twitter, Chauke boasts that he has just secured an office to run the headoffice from and has employed four more people.
Just like any other business establishment that is growing in the midst of the challenging coronavirus pandemic, South Africans have joined in excitement to wish the budding businessman all the success.
“Big up Sir, I will get in touch soon.”
@JTeishi joined in on the conversation and wished the entrepreneur all the good life:
“More to life brada.”
@Geliza26613720 threw some suggestion to say the new office should be the company's head office:
With global markets and economies having shrunk because of the ravaging pandemic, Chauke's move to employ four people has also not gone unnoticed by @Graciou29109147:
“You have made a difference in people's lifves”
@NeoNtleM didn't have a lot to say but to congratulate his fellow brother:
Chauke decided to share his post with the community after lunchtime on Wednesday afternoon, but it had amassed over two 2 000 likes and 190 retweets by the time Briefly.co.za complied this article.
Meanwhile, this website also reported on a story involving a man who also took to social media to celebrate his new job as a correctional services officer.
Taking to Twitter, the man with the Twitter handle @em_mokoena shared how proud he was of his job in the caption of a photo of himself posing proudly while wearing his work uniform and holding his firearm.
In another similar post, Durban-based Sbusiso also took to the same social media platform and shared the good news with his followers.
'Sbu' posted a picture of an offer from his new employer, including his response, thus confirming his acceptance of the newly sealed deal.
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