- The owner of sneakers brand Theo Baloyi has taken to his social media platforms to celebrate buying his 4th delivery truck, showing black excellence
- Businessman Theo Baloyi remains an inspiration for South Africans as he promises to create more jobs for fellow locals
- Some of his followers were delighted to see Theo reaching another milestone and of course some used an opportunity to ask for a job
The inspirational founder of a shoe company, Theo Baloyi, is rising in the business industry as he has just bought his fourth truck in just under a few months.
Based in Johannesburg, Baloyi made headlines when he bought his third delivery truck in February this year.
That's not all as the former BBQ Businessman of the Year has just reached another milestone.
Taking to his official Twitter account, Baloyi has credited the Grace of God in the fact that he is realising his dreams and mission. He wrote on Twitter:
"As Grace keeps overflowing, our mission to reignite hope and create sustainable jobs keeps growing. Yesterday we welcomed our 4th delivery truck. This means two more jobs will be created and this will bring our total employee headcount to 204 employees."
The young man’s success has attracted positive comments from both his Facebook and Twitter followers.
While some congratulated the man for his drive and ability to open job opportunities, some South Africans grabbed an opportunity to ask for a job in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
@Matthews Ingwane said:
“Can I please have a driving job, got Code 14 and PDP.”
@Zola Mqokoyui had a good message for the businessman:
“A man that I've been hustling with. Keep in that way Boy.”
@Sphesihle Zulu said:
“The CEO of Bathu. I know him, we were attending high school together.”
“May you continue to grow in leaps and bounds. You are an inspiration to us.”
@Nyathi_30 added his voice:
“Keep fighting young chief... This is the content we love to see.”
In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Baloyi is truly an inspiration when the young man 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.
Locals in the social media application didn’t waste time to congratulate him and some expressed their inspiration, encouragement.
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