High School Student Runs Chicken Dust Business on Weekends, SA Stans His Hustle: “Keep Pushing My Guy”

High School Student Runs Chicken Dust Business on Weekends, SA Stans His Hustle: “Keep Pushing My Guy”

  • A Facebook group based on township small businesses shared a story about a high school student who runs a chicken dust business on weekends
  • The initiative the man has taken is quite admirable, as most pupils would rather party with their friends on those days
  • Peeps across Mzansi gave the man his well-deserved flowers and urged him to keep up the inspirational work

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A group on the socials shared a motivating story of a high school student who runs his own chicken dust business on the weekends.

A high school student runs a business.
A business-orientated social media group shared how a high school student runs a chicken dust business on weekends. Images: Kasi Hustlers/ Facebook
Source: Facebook

The group in question goes by the name of Kasi Hustlers and shared the information on Facebook, where followers appreciated the initiative that the pupil took in his life.

The pupil attends school in kwaDukathole. From the pictures, you can tell that the young man is quite serious about his hustle. He uses a portable braai stand for better mobility.

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He also uses a mix of other ingredients to make the flavours truly pop. The hard-working individual stands out because his demographic usually focuses on partying on Saturdays and even Sundays, making his small business even more impressive.

Peeps across the country applauded the student for his forward-thinking hustle. See the comments below:

Bakang Dipudi said:

"Just remember the secret is in the sauce mchana... Stand out on that one, and the sky is the limit "

Tuzeni Ntombifuthi Kubheka mentioned:

"Great work ❤️ I will support the guy as I'm staying next to dukathole."

Bongiwe Valentia commented:

"Keep up the good work! Please share recipe I like this business "

Themba Doreen Zungu posted:

"Where is this place I want to support."

Herold MaHero shared:

"Can you please give me Sphe Tshabalalas Numbers I Need Help From Him ✍"

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Precious Nkwana said:

"Woooow well done my brother."

Sithrmbiso Sthera mentioned:

"Keep up the good work!"

Leon Godeffroy commented:

"I once bought from him. He is in Germiston."

Gift Deshi Phasha stated:

"Keep pushing my guy ❤✌"

Bongani Scotch Shoko said:

"I see an employer very soon, keep it up and shine."

Tersia Leggott mentioned:

"That's how it's done! Your hard work will pay off "

Hendrik Van Jaarsveld commented:

"This is a guy that wants to work and has a plan... Good luck to you young man you will make it."

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Siphesihle Luthango Siphesihle Luthango is an up-and-coming journalist and an experienced English teacher. He holds a Bachelors of Social Science majoring in Journalism and International Studies (Cum laude) from IIE MSA. He has a passion for telling human interest stories and joined the Briefly News team in August 2022. He enjoys watching documentaries and reading current affairs and philosophical books.