ATCHAR CHANGED PATRICK'S LIFE
ATCHAR has changed Patrick Berry's life.
The 34-year-old from Nellmapius in Tshwane has his own atchar business called Monna Ke Pan.
He circumvents the kasi with his atchar streetcar connected to a four-wheeled motorbike and offers to private ventures like spazas.
Patrick revealed to Daily Sun that since he began the business, he no longer hit the sack hungry.
"The most excellent thing about my business is that the vast majority of my clients come from the equivalent kasi as me. I'm presently an amusing man to kids since they chuckle at my streetcar. I love it since I'm perceived all over the place," he said.
Patrick said he to began selling atchar on the grounds that individuals ate it consistently. He said he began his business in 2012 and sold in compartments of up to 20kg.
"Individuals love my atchar and they say it's scrumptious," he said.
To make atchar, the dad of one said he purchased crude mangoes, oil, flavors and different fixings.
He said it was hard to make atchar.
Patrick said he chipped away at his own however was wanting to utilize two individuals to help him.
He said before he gave over atchar to a client, he made a point to purify their hands first.
Client Golden Maphanga (38) said Patrick's atchar is the awesome.
"I purchase the atchar and sell at my spaza," he said.
Brilliant said Patrick passed his shop in the first part of the day with a streetcar brimming with stock and returned sold out in the early evening.
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