Jarateng Business Concept Fills Community Gap


Having noted a gap in the community, 33-year-old Kaelo Sabone, born and raised in Lobatse, started a local business called Jarateng, which is only six months old.

Sabone, told Business Monitor that the inspiration behind starting such a community business concept is his mother who traded from home hence ‘Jarateng’. He noted that he developed a love for working with food from a tender age hence the need to give birth to Jarateng.

Narrating his journey towards having one of the best chilling spots today, the former Limkokwing lecturer and a master’s in journalism graduate, who aspires to become a barbeque master, said he wanted to bring food to the people, where they could just come and buy their braai and go, but instead it turned out to be one of the most popular chilling spots in town.

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