- Kasi Economy shared the story of a man who started selling lychees without having a penny to his name
- According to the popular account, the industrious guy took orders from his neighbours, then claimed he had no stock but took their money to fetch the goods
- While some netizens of Saffa think his marketing strategy was clever, others think he committed some kind of fraud
PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Next” tab to see Briefly News on your News Feed!
Popular Twitter account Kasi Economy shared the story of an anonymous man who made something out of thin air, in a rather tricky way. Kasi Economy shared an image of a vendor selling lychees on the road.
According to Kasi Economy, the man started his business with no money in his name. The entrepreneur told his neighbors his stock had run out but took orders for R30 upwards and then rushed to arrange the goods.
“What’s in the Pied Piper?” : a woman’s peculiar shoe gift makes Mzansi laugh in front of their screens
The neighbors apparently did, and he used the money to buy two crates of summer fruit along with bags to pack them.
Kasi’s economy Publish gained around 600 likes on Twitter as social media users discussed the guys’ business strategy:
Do you like reading our stories? Download the BRIEFLY NEWS app on Google Play now and stay up to date with top South African news!
Some Saffa are impressed by the lychee vendor
“I like South Africans who take charge of their income.”
“It’s really beautiful and inspiring.”
“An incredibly intelligent young man.”
@action_things tweeted in response:
“Proof that if you’re looking for a solution, you’ll find it.”
Quote from @LusaphoMatinise tweeted the message with:
“THE KING INDEED.”
“Money loves money but you don’t need money to make money.”
These Internet users believe that the entrepreneur’s strategy was misleading
Lol: Hubby quickly fires Kung Fu moves at 2 intruders, Mzansi reacts to hilarious clip
“It’s fraud, but it is what it is.”
Engineering graduate transforming old geysers into stunning braai stands, impresses Mzansi: ‘Excellent work indeed’
In other entrepreneurial news shared by Kasi Economy, In brief News previously reported that Matome Maphala, an electrical engineering graduate, has wowed South Africans with his creative braai stand designs.
Inspired by an old geyser he found at his parents’ house, Maphala created a variety of braai from the abandoned water reservoirs. The Limpopo native has taken his talents and turned them into a source of income, selling his stylish braai stalls to the community.
Using his “Matswi Braai Stands” Twitter account, Maphala offers an interesting look into his craft. In brief News shared a post on Facebook giving readers a chance to see the skills of the innovative engineer and they were definitely impressed.
Source: News in Brief