- Sibusiso Fayindlala is a hit in the social media space after sharing his snaps before and after becoming a successful businessman
- The young and ambitious guy started out as a recycling worker collecting used plastic containers but now owns an office
- Judging from the viral snaps, it seems the man has now landed a decent job and his post is seriously inspiring many local Saffas
Sibusiso Mbongiseni Fayindlala has shared the brilliant story of his life. The man's pics reveal that he started as a hustler, collecting bottles and papers for recycling. However, he never gave up on his dreams.
He now owns his office and posted an image showing him comfortably sitting at his desk. The ambitious guy is wearing a formal outfit. It’s a direct contrast to the other image where he is seen wearing workwear, collecting used bottles and plastic for recycling.
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Mbongiseni did all of this in the name of putting food on the table for his family and he is a true inspiration as he managed to land a decent job. He wrote on Twitter and his post is receiving all the positive comments from local peeps:
“How it started vs how it's going.”
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The post reads:
“My office looks exactly like this, stop your jealousy man.”
“Beke le beke. Yes Sir.”
“You in the recycling business? Or am I reading it poorly?”
“Hard work and consistency lead to greatness.”
“Bosso ya di bosso.”
“Well done Sibusiso.”
“Salute, I respect you my brother.”
“You just inspired me grootman to keep on working hard dankie.”
“Well done Sbu, great stuff.”
“Things we love to see.”
“From the ashes, we rise.”
“Rise above Meneer...”
“Are you now the CEO of a recycling company???”
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In a related piece, YEN.com.gh posted that a video of a local mom and her son collecting bottles to recycle has inspired Mzansi.
The pair take the crunched-up plastic items to the local recycling plant and receive about R300 for their hard work.
Heading online, Twitter user @Mmasechaba_Mpho shared the sweet clip and says she plans on using the cash to buy some much-needed groceries for the household.
"We made R300 from this, I’m on my way to get some fresh bread for tomorrow’s breakfast for the kids," she captioned the post.
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