Meet the men and woman of the Pitsedulejang Sewing Cirle
Osadi is 29 years old and is the mother to a twelve-year-old girl, Kedisaletse, and one-year-old daughter, Omaatla. She lives in Pitsedulejang.
She dropped out of secondary school in Grade nine to care for her first born. She loves to sing.
Osadi plans to use the income she generates from the Tshukudu Project to put her children through school.
Tebogo Pule is 30 years old and is the mother of three girls (13,10, and 6) and one boy (2 years). She lives in Pitsedulejang. Needless to say, she is an extremely busy lady!
She dropped out of secondary school in grade nine to look after her first born daughter, and enjoys singing and cooking for her children.
If she could choose one job, she would like to become a policewoman.
Tshegofatso is 23 years old and is the mother to a one-year-old baby boy, Keaotshepa. She lives in Pitsedulejang.
She matriculated secondary school in 2012, and has yet to find work but would love to become a nurse.
Tshegofatso plans to use the income she generates from the Tshukudu Initiative to buy toys and food for her son.
Lerato is 20 years of age and matriculated secondary school in 2015 and lives at home in Pitsedulejang, with her father.
She has been unable to find employment, but makes a living as an independent hairdresser in the local community.
She loves to cook, and is looking to spend the income she generates from the Tshukudu Project to help pay for nursing school.