The 34-year-old Kealeboga Bojosi joined Choppies Superstores in Game City when it first opened its doors to customers in 2012. She works as a cashier. Her perseverance and hard work have since seen her selected as leader of all cashiers in the super store. Her long service and experience in dealing with customers, she says, have so far taught her to put her customers first and respect them at all times. As a leader, she convenes weekly meetings, where she and other fellow cashiers discuss best ways of improving their service and exchange ideas on how they can be efficient in their work.
This position, she says, now acts as inspiration to her and has shown her she can move up the ladder. Humble as her position may seem, Bojosi says working for Choppies has improved her life immeasurably. The mother of one from Palapye says with the little that she earns she is able to take care of her child and her family. In fact, the difference between her and the unemployed is evident. She thus implores, other youth, especially women who are in most cases at the receiving end of unfavourable social conditions to desist from thinking twice if they are interested in joining Choppies.