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A pizza a day keeps unemployment away for a Joburg woman who started a business with R100

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Tshepiso Sibisi started her own business after being retrenched more than once.
Tshepiso Sibisi started her own business after being retrenched more than once.
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They had no jobs, prospects were low, and they only had R100 to spare between them. 

After being retrenched more than once in the construction industry, Tshepiso Sibisi (35) decided to get into business with her siblings.

They bought ingredients with R100 and started their own pizza house in the heart of KwaThema in Springs, Johannesburg. 

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