Lethabo Bapela and Cheseho Khondowe struggle unemployment head on.
Being unemployed shouldn’t be the tip of the world for younger people who find themselves confronted with ever-escalating joblessness.
Two Tembisa ladies, Lethabo Bapela and Cheseho Khondowe, took it upon themselves to create their very own employment after they have been confronted with retrenchment.
“After we have been advised the corporate we have been working for was going to retrench folks, we began taking part in round with enterprise concepts.
“We established a Kasi boutique which began out as a youngsters’s clothes retailer, even now most of our garments are nonetheless for youngsters,” mentioned Bapela.
She mentioned their provides do, nonetheless, embody all ranges, from males’s put on, ladies’s put on to youngsters’s clothes.
Bapela mentioned the shop, Kulcha, can also be meant to carry all Kasi model house owners to 1 central area in order that Tembisa vogue lovers can simply entry native manufacturers.
The 2 ladies are calling on all native entrepreneurs to show their clothes creations in Kulcha.
Bapela mentioned their problem in the mean time is discovering funding to allow them to grasp their dream of proudly owning a store that may show Kasi expertise within the vogue area.
She mentioned the explanation they referred to as their store Kulcha was to create a supportive construction the place native entrepreneurs can thrive by means of their artwork.
Tembisa entrepreneurs who want to show vogue creations at Kulcha can name Lethabo Bapela on 072 938 1870.