Limpopo Cream Doughnut Entrepreneur Inspires With His Hustle, SA Rallies Behind His Business

Limpopo Cream Doughnut Entrepreneur Inspires With His Hustle, SA Rallies Behind His Business

  • A South African man has been selling cream doughnuts in the streets of Thohoyandou Plaza in Limpopo for several years
  • His story has been shared on social media, and he has been praised for his hard work and determination
  • Owner of Isivuno Food Company, Mthokozisi Mkhwanazi shared advice on how to succeed as a small business owner
  • Many people have commented on his post, expressing their admiration for his hustle and wishing him continued success
Man selling doughnuts
A man's determination to sell doughnuts has inspired many. Image: Kasi Economy
Source: Facebook

In the bustling streets of Thohoyandou Plaza in Limpopo, South Africa, a man embodies the true spirit of entrepreneurship and resilience.

Man's doughnut hustle gains recognition

Rain or shine, early every morning, this hardworking individual sets up his stall, ready to serve his community with his freshly made cream doughnuts.

Read also

South African woman's triumphant journey to becoming an attorney inspires Mzansi in TikTok video

His story, shared by Kasi Economy on Facebook, inspires many. It is a testament to the power of determination and the unwavering belief in one's dreams.

PAY ATTENTION: Let yourself be inspired by real people who go beyond the ordinary! Subscribe and watch our new shows on Briefly TV Life now!

His story is a beacon of hope, a reminder that anything is possible with hard work, perseverance, and a positive attitude. He inspires his community, a symbol of the resilience and entrepreneurial spirit that thrives in South Africa.

Successful KZN businessman shares insights into entrepreneurship

Owner of Isivuno Food Company, Mthokozisi Mkhwanazi, who was once a street vendor himself, spoke to Briefly News about the importance of having a vision as an entrepreneur who is starting small.

"No one knows what your business is about better than you do. If you're an entrepreneur it is very important to know what it is that you are doing and have a vision and drive so that you know where you are headed.

Read also

Mzansi reacts to pic of former Sundowns player Lerato Chabangu looking down and out

"Life has seasons. Many of us had to start small before we could get to where we are today. Your job is to keep hustling, put yourself out there and be prepared for opportunities that come your way.
"Your vision serves as a roadmap for your entrepreneurial journey, guiding your decisions and actions. It provides a clear sense of purpose and motivates you to persevere through challenges and setbacks. When you believe in your vision, you are more likely to stay focused and committed to achieving success," Mkhwanazi shared.

SA shows small businessman love

The doughnut seller's unwavering determination and infectious positivity have not gone unnoticed. Many have taken to social media to share his story and express their admiration for his hustle. Their words of encouragement serve as fuel, propelling him forward on his journey to success.

The Gas Guy commented:

"Those creamy doughnuts are really nice!"

Millie dubai runner said:

Read also

From shack to success: TikTok video shows South African man’s journey to becoming a prosecutor

"Very true and inspiring ❣️❣️❣️."

Lillyan Graced wrote:

"That's the Spirit."

Lucky Sakonta commented:

"Much Respect and Lots of Blessings ."

Fifi Blaq said:

"Keep showing up my brotherone day it will all make sense."

Hester Stiller commented:

"Thank you Kasi Hustlers for sharing a post filled with hope and inspiration. I wish this enterprising individual blessings of hope, courage, endurance, strength, peace, kindness, good will and love always. May his business grow from strength to strength."

Man sells scones in Randburg

In another story, Briefly News reported that 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 had a heart of gold.

Read also

Costa Titch: More tributes pour in after Lara Langveld's appreciation post for Chris Brown

@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.

PAY ATTENTION: Сheck out news that is picked exactly for YOU ➡️ click on “Recommended for you” and enjoy!

Source: Briefly News

Online view pixel