- A father and son, Stephen and Nkosana Mtimkulu, have received all the praise after starting their very own dairy company
- The dynamic duo produces a variety of dairy products such as milk, amasi and yoghurt
- Mzansi was super amped to hear about their venture and soon promised to support them when they come across their products
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A South African man, Stephen, and his son, Nkosana 'Niks' Mtimkulu, recently made a big-money move and launched their very own dairy product business, which boasts a number of dairy products such as milk, amasi and yoghurt.
"This father and son duo, Stephen and Nkosana Mtimkulu, started their own dairy company called South Western Dairy. CONGRATS! They sell: Fresh Milk, Amasi (cultured milk), Yogurt & Drinking Yogurt," @kasieconomy captioned the inspirational Twitter post.
Soon the post blew up and amassed a whopping 2k likes. Naturally many locals were also in the comment section pledging their support. They also congratulated the father and son and wished them well for the future.
Read a few of their comments below:
"Done. Price good, an order placed. Feels so good supporting black business."
"That's great and all but where do we get their products?"
"Proud of this boy... He is my boy. Well done Niks."
"The only achievement you will ever get is knowing Niks so congratulations to you."
I can't wait to see it on big retailers."
"I will be looking out for it."
In similar YEN.com.gh reports, Peter Nyathi is an entrepreneur that has taken his success to new heights simply by believing in his hopes and dreams. Nyathi started out as a farmer on another man's mushroom farm but soon made the decision to take the leap and start his very own mushroom farm.
The brave decision changed Peter's life completely as he now makes mushroom deliveries to over 350 Shoprite Checkers branches around South Africa and this is a very big win.
It wasn't as easy as it sounds, however, because even though Peter has a BSc Honours in Agricultural Economics and years of experience in the industry, he struggled to secure funding for his dream of owning his own farm - but closing the Shoprite deal opened all the right doors.
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