We create jobs and fight crime CampaignMy name is Lillian Mahloko, I am an activist and I would like to contribute in eradicating poverty. I am the fundraiser and the beneficiary as well. I have business ideas to create job opportunities for the people but I have zero funds. I decided to raise funds because I can see that the unemployment issue is worsening and prices of fuel and food is getting higher and higher.
My plan is to temporarily rent a shop, buy stock and hire few people. The type of business I want to start with is the business that provide basic needs such as food, toiletries, diapers, sanitary pads, and cleaning detergents because there is a higher chance for the business to succeed.
Renting a shop could cost about R2000 or less. Salary payment can be estimated at R1500 each, I will hire one person for the first month. I plan to buy a mini deep freezer for R5000. The remaining R6500 will be used on buying stock, electricity and transport.
Following the recent food poisoning that has been trending on social media by Somalian business owners, this can also fight crime, people have minimised buying food from Somalian shops and in the townships there is very few shops that are owned by South Africans. By stopping to buy from Somalian shops, we will win the crime war.
I will use the funds wisely and with the commission I will grow the business to expand in other provinces. Your support will be highly appreciated