North West Businesswoman Opens Hair Salon in Shack and Hopes to Establish Multiple Branches

North West Businesswoman Opens Hair Salon in Shack and Hopes to Establish Multiple Branches

  • A dedicated woman from the North West province with a hair salon is thrilled about her latest accomplishment
  • The 27-year-old now has her own premises, converting a shack into a beautiful business
  • Talking to Briefly News, Charlotte Nthabiseng Mokgothu opened up about how proud she is of her latest accomplishment

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A strong young woman residing in Mahikeng in the North West province has opened up about a huge entrepreneurial milestone.

A lady in North West with a hair salon who opened her business in a shack
Charlotte Nthabiseng Mokgothu in the North West opened her hair salon in a shack. Image: Supplied.
Source: UGC

The 27-year-old posted about officially opening her own business premises after being a hair stylist since 2018.

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Charlotte Nthabiseng Mokgothu opens up to Briefly News about what the accomplishment means to her, especially after she had been working in salons for many years, honing her skills.

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The young woman has always loved the hairdressing craft and took her passion further by starting a business:

“I realised that hairdressing was something that I was good at and had a passion for and that my opportunities of going to school to further my studies were dying. Therefore, I decided to open my business.”

The businesswoman, whose enterprise is called ‘Hair by Charlotte’ explains that she specialises in braiding, relaxing, and hair braiding.

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Charlotte notes that loadshedding is one of her greatest struggles, as well as clients arriving late sometimes:

“Additionally, I also lack some equipment as they are costly. But with time, I believe I will get there. As they say, the Lord will provide.”

However, despite the obstacles, she is dead set on achieving greatness:

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“I would like to see my business grow so that I can be able to open multiple branches, and hire the youth of South Africa to pass on the skills that I have to others.”

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Source: Briefly News

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