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Lekau Sehoana Announces the Opening of A New Retail Brand

Lekau Sehoana Announces the Opening of A New Retail Brand. One thing about Lekau Sehoana, he never gives up, no matter the setbacks he faces. That is one of the reasons he is one of the most successful businessmen in the country.

Back in June, he announced that his Kiddies Republic Stores, was shutting down. The stores launched on February 2022, were to specifically cater for kids. Sehoana launched three stores, which were located at Mall of the North, Chris Hani Crossing and Thavhani Mall in Thohoyandou. Immediately after that he advertised for Area Managers, Retail Managers, Finance Managers, Store Managers and Shop Assistants job opportunities at these stores.

Sadly as it is with business, the kiddies stored did not perform as anticipated. They encountered a series of challenges that ultimately led to the brand’s liquidation. On a statement released by Sehoana, he stated that the store was not financially viable hence the liquidation. The Drip Footwear, however, remained operational and in business as usual.

Instead of being all down, Sehoana focused on other projects. A month ago, the multi-award winning entrepreneur celebrated four years of DRIP existence. To mark the milestone, he launched four new sneaker types. The sneakers are namely, Claws, Boomerun, Retro and Likwidz 23. Sehoana also announced that he was now into apparel, stating that by the end of August, the brand will come through with a Sports Inspired Collection.

Sehoana has just introduced another business venture, a retail brand called DOMAIN.

The rewards of Entrepreneurship are very Sweet. Although all of them come after the highest climbs and risks. Not every attempt is successful, we learn from that more than we learn from Success. Hence, i never give up… This Coming Saturday, we’re opening my new Retail Brand called DOMAIN @DomainJean in Vooslorus Chris Hani Crossing Mall… Please do Join us…,” he announced.

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