Man Sells Scones in Randburg, Creates Jobs for Youth in TikTok Video: "We've Helped over 40 People"

Man Sells Scones in Randburg, Creates Jobs for Youth in TikTok Video: "We've Helped over 40 People"

  • A gent hustling on the streets of Jozi has earned netizens' respect and honour for his cheerful attitude towards work
  • The man also shared how his grind resulted in a few people getting permanent jobs over the years since he started the business
  • South Africans rushed to the comment section to share stories of how his humble soul touched them
  • The business owner told Briefly News how long they have been operating and why he chose to help the unemployed

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A man sells scones on the streets of Randburg
A man trended for creating jobs for the unemployed with his business. Image: @mrceophotography
Source: TikTok

A man selling scones on the Randburg streets and helping the unemployed is being given flowers for his hustle.

The man also explained that his grind assists young people who need jobs and his street selling got some unemployed people permanent work in the city. Netizens raved about the gent and how he has a heart of gold.

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Man's scones business creates employment

@mrceophotography shared the video on his TikTok account. The video shows the Tiktokker emphatically greeting the gent, Wezi. They talk about how people on TikTok want to show him love and support him for selling scones on the road. He reveals that they are always on Malibongwe Drive.

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He then says that he helps guys from the townships who are unemployed. He shared that he has helped seven unemployed people get permanent work over two years by selling on the streets. He also asked Mzansi to help him with equipment so that he could help them. He also thanked Mzansi for the love.

Business owner reveals to Briefly News what inspires them to help the unemployed

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Wezi Chirwa told Briefly News that the business's name is Sweet Home Bakery, which has been operating since 2020.

"We help the unemployed by equipping them with skills and allowing them to use us as stepping stones to more excellent opportunities, be it through a new career, or being inspired to also lend a hand in fighting unemployment. A vast majority of the redistributors are from the township. And having experience with life in the township. Knowing that the unemployment rate was relatively high then and still is to date is quite a different feeling.
"We then took the initiative to go out and lend a hand. Over the years of operating, we have had over 40 people come in as distributors. Among other roles, some have been taught baking skills among other skills. Some have left to further their studies, and others acquired permanent jobs from some of our customers also lending a hand.

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"The team is hugely grateful for the continuous support as we can build slowly to reach more people who may need help," he said.

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South Africans are familiar with the hustler

Netizens in the comment sections spoke well about their experiences with him and were impressed by his English.

Lethukuthula said:

“Wezi is such a happy person. I wish we could learn a thing or two from him.”

Joythabi wrote:

“Wezi, you’re trending in Canada too.”

Mosa Rampele supported him a lot.

“I passed there today and bought everything he had. That guy has the purest heart, man.”

Khayelitsha Chauke worked with him.

“Smartest and most humble guy. Worked with him for two years before going to school.”

Ms _Harmony was satisfied.

“When social media is used for the right reasons. Much love and appreciation.”

Thato Maja also knows him.

“I saw him start that business when it was just him, but now he has a few guys working with him. He’s a legend.”

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Felicia prayed for him.

“God, please protect the kings trying to make a difference.”

Man sells coffee on Grayston Drive

In a similar article, Briefly News reported that a man selling coffee in Sandton trended for his hustle and spirit.

The gent owns Coffee on Grayston and sells coffee and scones to motorists on Grayston Drive. He revealed to Briefly News that he dreamed of his grandmother, who told him to start the business.

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Source: Briefly News

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