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Lekau Sehoana: ‘I made sneakers to survive – I didn’t think I’d one day become a sneaker entrepreneur’

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Founder of Drip Footwear, Lekau Sehoana wants to see at least 20 people every day wearing his sneakers.
Founder of Drip Footwear, Lekau Sehoana wants to see at least 20 people every day wearing his sneakers.

When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade – and that’s exactly what 32-year-old Lekau Sehoana did.

From hardship, he rose to become an entrepreneur who runs his own, hugely successful shoe business.

Drum speaks to the young creative who hopes to inspire others to know they can make it too.

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