Life has been difficult for many people in South Africa and throughout the rest of the world. Many have lost their jobs, and it's hard to bring food on the table, but many have turned to other ventures to make ends meet.
Like a guy who told himself that nothing will change in his life when he is seating at home doing nothing. He chose to explore and come up with something that can him money for hos survival. His community were left with dropped jaws when he was spotted driving around his community with a food station. He sells fast food on the go and brings his services close to his customers to help them from walking long distances to get what they want.
This is an inspiring story to many youths out there who think that you can't make it unless you work for others. I beg to differ, you can become whatever you want and go wherever you want only if you believe in yourself.
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