Following the breaking news of the new South African unemployment rate which have seen youth all over the country left unemployed and left hopeless. One of the Johannesburg business tycoon and entrepreneur Lesiba Mothupi didn’t hesitate to offer help even if it means that he goes broke to the youth and you will be surprised with the number of emails he got within the first hour of his public Instagram post on his page. Things are really bad, he added “Over 79% unemployment is youth, let’s do something about that. I’do rather go broke trying to help my people!” What a bold- courageous move from the young Johannesburg business tycoon and entrepreneur Lesiba Mothupi, we surely need more people with his kind gesture as the COVID-19 left many companies closed and a large number of the society jobless. So much has been said about online businesses but this young entrepreneur seems to be making the amends of the scam claims.
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