Thandiwe from South Africa and Thandeka Mzukwa are Sunnyside twin sisters, but they are not terrifying. These two innovative sisters turn the whip into cash. Their interest came after a fruitless search for work.
Thandiwe and Thandeka, 34, have since bought a Chana, H1 Truck and Toyota Yaris hatchback with the money they made from reuse. Leasing in addition to paying their rate on the rough road, Gerrardmoerdyk.
The Mzukwa twin sisters, who had children in Nqamakwe, a town in the Eastern Cape, all completed their distance reading skills through Unisa, as well as from the money they made from reuse. Thandiwe completed her Bsc Degree in Agricultural Management, studying plant and biology, in 2016.
Thandeka completed her Bcom degree in Business Management. They came to Gauteng a few years ago after passing their matric as lucky trackers looking for a green field. The twins completed their N6 certification in electrical design by Ekhuruleni West College while remaining with their mother in Thokoza municipality located in the East Rand.
Their desire to reuse was created in 2010 when they were in Pretoria looking for work. They submitted a few applications without success. Consider the control over investing their energy in arranging waste materials for reuse.
Their main test is the working environment in, for example, a storage room, as equipment to load their belongings with a large truck and a crane to transport their waste. They dream and want to create more opportunities for unemployed South African youth. This is very strange, if people would think like two twins we would come from afar.
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