One of the street vendors in Berea Mrs. Maipato Paila has appealed with the minister of small business development to supply them with shacks in order for their business to survive.

One of the street vendors in Berea Mrs. Maipato Paila has appealed with the minister of small business development to supply them with shacks in order for their business to survive.

Mrs. Paila said this during the minister’s visit at Berea that was intended for business owners to table their challenges and to find a way forward .She indicated that they are also faced with a challenge of finding proper places to sell their products and also lack of market.

Meanwhile the minister of small business development, cooperatives and marketing Hon. Chalane Phori said his ministry is going to work tirelessly to address this chllanges,saying they will work with of committee that will comprise of 10 members from each district to ensure that small business are enhanced.
Phori continues….
This is the fourth districts that the minister visits and he will be in Quthing tomorrow.

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  1. When it comes to development and reaching out to the people, especially electorates, I strongly advise government to consider constituency over districts. Districts are a bigger pool therefore constituencies are to be a helping solution if one is to reach the floorgrass people. Make a budget Minister to cater each constituency with M10m. It is possible! Why not?
    This should be a governmental tasks with all its ministries if you want to touch people hearts. Reach out to them! Districts are for economic hub than reaching or servicing people. For one to reach out to their service, do something for I believe each MP is wishing to get a piece of cake for their people whom have voted them in.

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