Lekau Sehoana (33), the founder of Drip Footwear, has revealed that his company will soon be opening its 20th store.
Sehoana told the Sowetan Magazine that he can not believe that the company has grown so fast.
Drip Footwear, which was founded 2 years and 6 months ago, now has 18 stores and employs 115 employees.
Sehoana recently revealed that the company bought its new head office.
He told the magazine that his grandmother, who taught him how to sew, is his inspiration. She is delighted to see him becoming such a success.
Sehoana said Drip Footwear is now going into sports after he bought the soccer team, Black Eagles FC. He is also opening the Township Dream Foundation in ivory Park.
The company recently lost its Managing Director, Glenda Ndlazi, who was assassinated at her home while returning from work.