Hungry to stay alive

Just as the unemployment rate continues to thrive in the country, many more young people are venturing into the business market in order to become employers and help fight the scourge facing our country.
Inspired by Sibusiso Leope  aka DJ Sbu, Musa Nyathi goes out to the streets to sell MoFaya energy drinks for extra money, as well as to inspire other young people around him to go out and hustle, without paying attention to what people say or think about you.
“All I do is sell! I don’t care what people say. Ngithengisa nomayini, ngilambile, anginandaba,” Musa said as he quoted DJ Sbu’s favourite line.
“I was motivated by Sbu when, instead of paying for this particular girl’s tuition fees after she had asked, he rather asked her to join him in the streets and sell MoFaya energy drinks in order to raise that money.
This should teach every young person out there to work hard if they ever want to achieve great things in life,” he continued.
Musa says he has recruited several young people in Bushbuckridge to be part of the team that brings a change in their communities who would also sell the beverage and hopefully inspire others to also follow in their steps.
“If DJ Sbu can go out there to sell at the taxi ranks, who am I not to? We should start now in order to live better later.”

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