Gladys Win Big with Lunch Bar

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GLADYS Maluleka was in coud nine this afternoon when she was finally handed over with her car, Nissan NP 200 bakkie which she won from Lunch Bar competition, Writes NAKAMPE LEKWADU.
Gladys, the mother of four could hold back her excitement when finally the key for her new bakkie by Shoe Shoe Letele, the accountant manager of Plato Communications which handles the affairs of Cudbury Lunch Bar campaigns.
Maluleka, a street vendor on the streets of Bara Station in Diepkloof, Soweto told Kasie Focus that tried her luck when she entered the Lunch Bar Taxi competition. This was after the Cudbury Lunch Bar Taxi Campaign was conducted there at Bara.
“I decided to take into consideration of what those ladies who were conducting the camoaign were telling us, more so after they encourage us to enter the competition as anyone was standing a chance of winning,” said the excited Maluleka who hails from Bungeni outside Giyani in Limpopo.
Maluleka who has been a street vendor for more than 20 years said the bakkie will change her life completely, more so that she will be able to buy enough stock as opposed to the little she used to buy due to lack of her own car.
“With this bakkie, I will be able to go to City Deep and stock as many stock as possible, something which I have been failing to do because most of the time we would be using one car as a group of vendors of which we would pay R100 per load. This time things will be now different,” said Maluleka.

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