- Themba Limekhaya used to work as a freelance photographer, taking photos of people's weddings and events
- One of his clients taught him how to make pizzas and it changed his life forever, after perfecting his recipe he launched Mkhukhu Pizza
- Now the people of Orange Farm have more choices when it comes to fast food and they don't have to only choose between kota and skopo
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Themba Limekhaya has successfully launched Mkhukhu Pizza and just like the name says he sells pizza from his shack.
His tasty pizzas are a hit with the people in Orange Farm, south of Johannesburg, where people are more accustomed to ordering kota or skopo.
He used to work as a freelance photographer but hung up his camera after he asked a client to teach him how to make pizzas.
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Themba worked on his recipe for a while, learning how to perfect it and after a few people tasted his pizza he knew it would be a hit. He launched Mkhukhu Pizza and hasn't looked back.
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He offers a range of toppings Russian, chicken mayo, mince and bacon. The chicken mayo is particularly popular with his customers.
The established pizza franchises are far more sophisticated than what he has to offer but the locals appreciate the quality of his product according to the Daily Sun.
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The 27-year-old used the grant money to kick start her business where she transforms old tyres into incredible pieces of furniture.
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Briefly News also reported that a 63-year-old Sipho Mtshali has been selling ice cream in Soweto for a whole 45 years. According to a Twitter post by @KasiEconomy, Mr Mtshali's music from his ice cream van is a well-known melody that has been playing from the apartheid regime times.
Mtshali stated that he fondly remembers the round baby faces of his first customers. Those kids are now adults who bring their own children to buy ice cream from his soft-serve van that has turned him into a popular name on the streets.
Briefly News was absolutely inspired by Mtshali and reshared the post about him to our Facebook page. Our readers were just as motivated by Mr Mtshali's story and shared tons of happy comments directed to him.
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