Young Woman's Cabbage Business Goes Viral, Inspires Mzansi with Impressive Sales

Young Woman's Cabbage Business Goes Viral, Inspires Mzansi with Impressive Sales

  • A young entrepreneur went viral on social media after she showed off her business, and people loved it
  • The woman's post received many views along with thousands of likes and comments on Twitter
  • Netizens reacted to the lady's post as they flooded her comments section with congratulatory messages

A young woman took to Twitter to show off her business, and many were impressed by the lady's hustle.

A young woman showed off her business in a video on Twitter, and people were impressed.
A Young lady wowed people online with her impressive business sales. Image: Palesa Motaung
Source: Twitter

Woman inspires Mzansi with her hustle

One lady was beaming with pride as she unveiled her business. Palesa Motaung shared photos of her hustle, and South Africans were impressed. The young woman who sells cabbages for a living has inspired many to chase and follow their dreams.

Palesa Motaung revealed in her caption that she is known as cabbage-girl, and the young lady went on to share that in March, they sold 35 worth R617K. She added that the current farm gate price for cabbage was R16.

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"Midlands farmers are smart. They take turns to sell to keep the price up," she wrote on her Twitter post.

The post about the woman was well-received and became a viral hit on social media. It gathered over 454K views within one day of its publication.

Take a look at the woman's cabbage business below:

SA claps for the young lady

The woman's post touched many as they flocked to her comments section to send her congratulatory messages.

Peaches said:

"Well done Palesa. Wish I was close enough to buy."

BaShona added:

"Our land is our prosperity."

Spaza Shop Guru wrote:

"A peaceful place."

FLαreSmoκεγ24 wrote:

"Ohh wow, well done Sis thats amazing!! So I'm asking for a friend. Is 3hectures too small to start a mini farm like this???"

Ndamulelo commented:

"Black excellence needs to be showcased more often. Inspirational."

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Briefly News previously reported that a young lady shared her journey on TikTok, opening her small businesses, and the woman's story touched many people online.

TikTok user @bhahbhie revealed that she started her flower business when she was at res. The young lady showcased the first order she received and did a fantastic job placing the flowers together. As the clip continued, @bhahbhie shared that she took a break in December and left all her work equipment in Pretoria.

Source: Briefly News

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