Netizens inspired by man who opened franchise restaurants in townships

Netizens inspired by man who opened franchise restaurants in townships

- A 32-year-old man has inspired many online with his success

- Tloks Lepara started his own fast-food restaurant in his community

- His business has grown into a franchise that focusses on the economy in townships

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Some people wait for life to give them opportunities while others create their own. Tloks Lepara is one of the latter.

The entrepreneur converted a township home into a restaurant and his business has just grown from there.

According to social media user, @mfundo__N, Lepara is a 32-year-old from Taung who has no tertiary qualification.

The tweep added the businessman was raised by a single parent who worked as a domestic helper.

Another social media user, @Radebe_merci, gushed about Lepara's hustle.

Her post read:

"It takes only a dream to change your life, Moja Chicken owner Letlhogonolo,, all he had was just a dream and today he runs a fast-growing franchise business focused in the township economy .
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Take a look at her post below:

Another tweep, @MO_Modise, also shared Lepara's story on Twitter. He captioned the post:

"Even for @TloksLepara_ it all started as a dream then a step towards a dream. Now, he is the proud founder of Moja Chicken with several franchises around the country."

Take a look at his post below:

South Africans were inspired by Lepara's success story and they applauded him online.

In another story, reported that a man, who was only identified as @ydb_ZN, showed off his business on Twitter and it gathered thousands of reactions. On Saturday, May 30, @ydb_ZN, who owns Khondlo Poultry Farm, shared photos of his business and he gave other social media users a piece of advice.

He tweeted: "My advice to someone who wants to get into poultry farming, between egg production and meat production I would say meat production. A fully grown broiler takes 35 days to be ready for the market and layer takes 18-20 weeks to start laying."

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He also fielded questions on Twitter and to one he revealed that he started the successful venture with only N11,400.37 in his pocket.

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