5 Celeb who but their pride aside and sell on street
Zodwa wa bantu Crowned Queen Of Hustle As She Hit The Streets To Hustle
Zodwa Wabantu is now selling vegetables or rather her latest pictures say that she is. In the new pictures, Zodwa is in Soweto and has a trolley with vegetables for sale. She captioned one of the pictures – “I Grew up with this Trolley R5.I Grew up with this Trolley R5
Zodwa Wabantu even made a video advertising her new business and funny enough everything in the trolley is being sold for R5.
Montloana Warren Masemola born May 18, 1983 in Garankuwa, Gauteng. Masemola relocated to Soshanguve, where he was raised. He completed his matric in 2000 at Tshwane Christian School, then headed to Newton,Johannesburg, for dancing. He was enrolled at Moving into Dance, an art school, where he studied for a year before studying drama at the Market Theatre Laboratory, graduating in 2004 after 2 years of study.
Warren Masemola Crowned King Of Hustle As He Hit The Streets To Hustle
Renowned actor Warren Masemolahas been inspiring South Africans since he was spotted in the streets selling oranges in his Bakkie.
Itumeleng Lekomamyane Crowned King Of Hustle As He Hit The Streets To Hustle
Itumeleng Lekomamyane grew his sandwich business in Johannesburg to a R20,000 a month business in six months.
He used the R800 he owed for his daughter’s maintenance to start his business, and grew to four locations in January.
He sleeps every day between 13:00 - 20:00 to start making sandwiches in time to sell them by 04:00 in the morning.
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