- Thokozani Sibeko is a successful young African entrepreneur who had very humble beginnings
- Thokozani shared his story through pictures on Twitter as part of the 'How it started vs how it's going' challenge
- Saffa tweeps took to Thokozani's replies section to congratulate him on his hard work and success
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Thokozani Sibeko is an aspiring poultry farmer based in Vosloorus, Gauteng. The young man shared images of his humble beginnings as part of the 'How it started vs how it's going' challenge on Twitter.
In the first image, Thokozani is seated on a roadside selling eggs. In the second image, Thokozani is now standing in front of his business with trays of eggs lined up behind him. In the third photo, Thokozani shared a pic of the outside of his business.
Thokozani's tweet gained a whopping 28 000 likes on the social networking site. His replies section is packed with positivity as South African tweeps congratulated him on working hard to turn the business into a success.
Take a look at Thokozani's tweet below:
Below are just a few of the hundreds of responses he received:
"This right here is what most South Africans fail to grasp. Very few are born into money or inheritance but that should not be an impediment. With hard work, dedication and a purpose, you can make a success of yourself. NO ONE can give you legitimate success or wealth."
"I guess the words that say it's not about how you start but about how you finish... Inspired dawg, I'm definitely using you as an inspiration."
In similar news, it was recently reported on a South African man's successful hustle that is inspiring many. Treasure Thabede shared the story of starting his own restaurant selling food under the trees in his home town of Mkhondo in Mpumalanga.
Seven years ago, Treasure started this endeavour. In less than three months, Treasure will be relaunching his restaurant, which even has a lounge. He says more than 30 unemployed people will now be employed by him.
He named accountants, chefs and administrators as a few of those who will be employed. Treasure's inspiring and powerful post got many people talking. He shared it to the #ImStaying group on Facebook.
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