- Businessman Zamani Bhengu recently opened his own fashion retailer, AmaBhengu Fashion
-The young entrepreneur's business has quickly expanded from selling just a few watches on the streets of Mzansi to a fully functioning online store
- Briefly News takes a look at some of the heartfelt comments of social media users wishing the hustler well
Mzansi's gents are definitely making their mark in the local fashion scene. Zamani Bhengu, a young entrepreneur who started his business selling only a few watches on the street earlier this year, has just opened his own fashion house - AmaBhengu Fashion.
The Pietermaritzburg businessman says he prides himself on creating luxury mechanical watches at every day affordable prices. He's also taken to expanding his small business into a more easily accessible online store and we're definitely here for the local game changer.
Social media users were certainly eager to show the fashion retailer @ambgfashion some love in the comments section. Read their heartfelt comments below:
Zamani Bhengu said:
"Thank you so much for Platform"
Sthembiso Dladla said:
"Phambili Nkosana I know your dad is proud of you in heaven"
Nkululeko Ndlovu said"
Cindy David said:
Nosipho Mweli said:
"Super proud of you sithandwa sami keep on grinding"
Afikile Captain Tshona said:
"I'm proud of this young entrepreneur that's what we want. We need this post to go viral so that even the official leaders will know ukuthi young people are unstoppable."
Pubg Pro said:
"Cool! but how do I make my own watch brand lol"
Sanele Mdaweni said:
"Yeah big up bro"
Bongeka Thobela Meyiwa said:
"Wow congratulations Bru"
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that starting a small business can be tricky, especially if we come from countries where education and resources aren't always easily accessible.
That didn't stop 28-year-old PhD student Nomandla Ngcoya from giving it a shot back in 2016 when she founded D Chem Group, a chemicals manufacturing company, with just R1 200.
The exceptional black chemist featured in the Mail & Guardian Top 200 young South Africans Science and Technology list in her university days and is using her academic and research know-how to create products that find use in daily life.
With the grand opening of her detergents and cosmetics plant in the Pietermaritzburg CBD on Sunday, the student hopes to continue expanding her enterprise and employ at least 10 people in the coming months.
Nomandla Ngcoya is definitely serving some serious black girl magic and today some of her top products can be found in major retailers like Spar. Mzani's definitely fallen in love with this young woman's work ethic and took to the comments section to react.
One user wrote:
"Well done Ms Ngcoya, you did a great job,we hope there will be more than "ten" people as expected to be hired"
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