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Inside of Bathu's Tubatse Crossing store. Image: Theo Baloyi / LinkedIn

Bathu officially opens its 20th store at Tubatse Crossing

Ngwaabe – Bathu (Pty) Ltd is officially opening its 20th store in Burgersfort at Tubatse Crossing in Saturday, the 3rd of April 2021.

The aspiring Founder and CEO of Bathu (Pty) Ltd, Theo Baloyi [a man who wanted to tell a story and manufacture products of quality] made the announcement on LinkedIn and on Twitter three days ago.

This is an enticing opportunity for people around Burgersfort as they used to travel a few hours to get to Bathu store considered the nearest one.

Mr Baloyi said he’s thrilled about the opening thereof, as [he has created] more jobs will be created for the Burgersfort community – alleviation of poverty.

“The opening of this store will create 5 more jobs in our business and burgersfort community. This will bring our employee headcount to a total of 202 employees,” said Baloyi.

Batho’s 20th store is officially opened at Tubatse Crossing, people from Jane Furse, Ngwaabe, Tshehlwaneng, Nebo, Burgersfort.

And neighbouring can now shop at Bathu store in Burgersfort. No more online shopping, Bathu’s here.

Why South Africans love Bathu brands

Bathu (Pty) Ltd didn’t just create a stylish sound material for South Africans, it’s feeding many of them.

The sneakers are even good for traditional attire.

We have myriads of Black’s wearing the brand’s products during wedding celebrations.

Even Somizi Mhlongo who recently partnered with Baloyi’s everyday growing company.

Bathu x Somizi Range, worn the brand’s products on his big day, when he was wedding Mohale.

Baloyi says he didn’t just want to manufacture sneakers for the sake of it. He wanted to tell a story and manufacture African style sneakers.

“I used to buy a lot of sneakers and I decided to come up with a new idea to build our own African sneaker brand called Bathu,” he said.

People are simply in love with Bathu brands or sneakers. Because they [the sneakers] are full of and/or for aligning with African style – the tradition thereof.