Chef Turned Businessman Inspires Mzansi With His Food Truck Hustle: “Talk About Black Excellence”

Chef Turned Businessman Inspires Mzansi With His Food Truck Hustle: “Talk About Black Excellence”

  • A chef turned businessman has inspired many South Africans after learning how he turned his car into a food truck
  • Tiyani Maluleke popularly known as the “Burger Uncle” sells delicious burgers in his community in Soweto
  • Many online users have saluted the young man, who started up his booming business all by himself

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A young Mzansi entrepreneur and founder of founder of GRUB WORX Tiyani Maluleke aka the "Burger Uncle" is serving scrumptious dishes and inspiring the youth.

Chef, Businessman, Mzansi, Soweto, South Africa
Tiyani Maluleke converted his car into a food truck which now uses to run his successful burger business. Image: Tiyani T Maluleke / Facebook
Source: Facebook

The self-taught chef from Soweto in Gauteng combined his love for food and his business skills when he turned his vehicle into a food truck where he sells burgers in his community. From repairing the pickup to creating the custom frame for the kitchen setup, Maluleke completed all of the work by himself, Squad Magazine reported.

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His amazing work was shared on Facebook and online users have saluted the businessman on his success.

Check out some of their comments from the post below:

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Phakamile A Dumile said:

“Wow, this is true entrepreneurship.”

Solo Ndlovu reacted:

“Good hustle kuhle kakhulu.”

Priscilla Nkanda said:

“Talk about black excellence...This is so beautiful.”

Thulebona Duma wrote:

“Next stop... a restaurant. Keep at it bro and well done to you!!”

Tsatsi Mofokeng commented:

“Yes, that’s what I’m talking about, cash efficient mobile food kitchen. God gave you a tool which are your hands to make a living. Way to go bru,, many more blessings coming your way chief, I respect and salute.”

Linda Mzobe said:

“Round of applause for you sir. You saw the opportunity and you took it with both hands, we salute you.”

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Cafu Makhafula

“Great work. Yebo ke.”

Rural boy inspires Mzansi with thriving farm business

Briefly News previously reported on a young man who left many peeps inspired after he shared the amazing progress and development of his farming business.

Terry Maphosa (@terrymap1) shared a tweet which featured two photos showing how his farm went from being a vacant piece of land to one rich with lush vegetation. He captioned the post:

“I look back into last year. I’m that “trying rural boy”.

The 29-year-old from Mhondoro Ngezi in Zimbabwe spoke to Briefly News on his thriving business and love for agriculture.

For Terry farming is a profession of hope which he got into full time in 2017. He specialises in poultry, market gardening and crop farming.

“I have love and deep passion for farming. Farming has no season so it means I get money all year round. I am my own boss so it gives me so much joy working at my own pace and enjoying my growth,” he said.

Source: Briefly News

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