- An inspirational post about retrenched farm workers who started their own successful farm has been shared online
- The poster has explained that the chicken farm workers sell a number of chickens a day and have also managed to permanently employ over 30 employees
- Many South Africans found the post life-changing and were soon expressing how impressed they are in the comment section
A group of retrenched farmworkers did not allow their fate to become their destiny. According to an inspirational post shared online, the group decided to start their own farm and have not looked back ever since.
In the inspirational post that was made by @Mfundoyakhe_S, it explains that they now sell over 500 chickens daily and have also managed to permanently employ at least 36 people in their business.
"Former workers of Rainbow Chickens who were retrenched in 2017 have started their chicken farm in Cato Ridge outside Durban 1km away from Rainbow Chickens farms. They sell +500 chickens per day & they have 34 permanent workers. This is how the future of SA economy looks like."
South Africans were overjoyed by the post and reacted to it 12.7k times. Many of them shared thoughtful comments in the replies section. Read some of them below:
"Why don't those 600 retrenched SABC employees also open up their own media house? It's time people started doing it for themselves. I love reading stories like these. Good for them."
"This is the future. Not whining about Zimbabweans being waiters and waitresses in white-owned restaurants. This is the bigger picture, owning the means of production."
Keeping in tune with inspirational news, Briefly.co.za also reported that a beautiful 26-year-old South African woman has left many locals feeling all sorts of encouraged after she started her own cleaning company. According to Bernice, her mother had been a cleaner for 11 years and this motivated her to start her cleaning empire.
"Meet Bernice (26), who owns a cleaning services company - Pristine Serv. Her mom was a cleaner for 11 years, she wanted to empower her as she was the breadwinner. They offer house cleaning services, laundry and ironing as well as moving in/out spring cleaning," @KasiEconomy wrote in a heartwarming post.
Many South Africans loved to see her making a name for herself. They reacted to the post a number of times and soon shared many kind words with her in the comment section of the motivational post.
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