Khuselwa Precious Macingwana – Due to seasonal layoffs 4 years ago at a local fish shop, Khuselwa decided to start her own fish & chips business, as she has her three children to support. After working together with an associate in a mobile fish & chips business, she was given the opportunity to take over the trailer herself, and after a lot of hard work, she has managed to pay it off in a couple of years. She now operates “The Roadhouse” fish & chips business from her trailer on weekends, which is wheeled out to a street corner near her home in Zwelihle.
Khuselwa is requesting a loan of R10 000 to purchase an electric potato peeler, which will enable her to cater more efficiently to a very busy weekend trade. She offers a unique and delicious alternative to the traditional foods available in her area, is passionate about her business and aims to expand to a second food trailer in the future. During the week, she supplements her income selling home bakes to the schoolchildren at the nearby primary school.
Total loan applied for R10000
This project has been set up to succeed through a careful vetting process together with ongoing mentorship and management. Repayment of your loan will only take place at the end of the loan period (usually 12 months) and not monthly. However, as we cannot give any guarantees, in the unlikely event that the project does fail you will not receive the full repayment of your loan but a pro rata percentage depending upon what portion of the loan has been recovered from the business owner.
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|Start Date||November 13, 2019|
|End Date||December 13, 2019|
|Time Remaining||The campaign ended 1 year, 11 months, 16 days, 15 hours, 7 minutes, 5 seconds ago|