Mabutsane Entrepreneurs Strive In Waste Businesses

Mabutsane enterprenuers showing their wares made from waste
Mabutsane enterprenuers showing their wares made from waste

SESE: Small entrepreneurs from Mabutsane Sub District continue to show creativity and excel in waste businesses. Though their market is relatively small and limited, they strive to compete with the rest of other entrepreneurs around the country to come up with unique waste and recycled products.

One of them is Kegaisamang Dithobane of Mahotshwane settlement that is known for picking any litter that she comes across to make money. She does plastic pillows, hats, skirts and blouses, as well as mats.

She was inspired by her parents to do handiwork, but most importantly she developed vast interest in turning waste into cash. Dithobane has been to the lowest when business went down and she lost in competitions. However, she did not give up.

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