Bongie Mahlangu started a thriving business despite the Covid pandemic
During the Covid-19 lockdown about 2.9 million people, mostly women, lost their jobs according to the NIDS CRAM survey.
Bongie Mahlangu lost work too. Facing a severe loss of income she “hustled” away and started a small business that’s doing remarkably well.
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