Serial Entrepreneur Plugs Water Gap

Motshidise in his water purifying plant. PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Motshidise in his water purifying plant. PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

Entrepreneurship is not an easy path, and only a few industry giants like Kitso Motshidisi survive it.

From selling oranges during school days, to selling alcohol, operating a car wash, and venturing into film and television production, Motshidisi has left no stone unturned. 

In his latest venture, the serial entrepreneur who currently operates a petrol station, partnered with Chris Phalatsi to exploit the water business after realising the need in the market.

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