Accordingto the briefly news report the twin sisters named Thandiwe and Thandeka came from Eastern Cape and moved to Gauteng to find a job after they had just finished matric, however reality hit and things didn't go according to plan they were unsuccessful at getting a but instead of giving up they took matters into their own hands.
The twin sisters who are from a poor village in Eastern Cape started collecting waste materials to make a living, they managed to buy a Chana bakkie, H1 Truck and Toyota Yaris hatchback from the money they have made from collecting trash, however this job is not for people who have a lot of pride.
What's even more amazing is that the twin sisters managed to complete multiple qualifications with the money they have made from collecting trash in the streets, Thandiwe completed her Bsc Degree in Agricultural Management and they both completed their distance learning qualifications through UNISA.
The twin sisters are also renting a flat where they pay rent situated in Gerrardmoerdyk, the twin sisters story of turning nothing into something has inspired many South Africans to take matters into their own hands and create opportunities for themselves, instead of waiting for the government to provide job opportunities.
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