BFF's Terry Pheto and Mampho Brescia promote fun learning with online toy store

Best friends, actresses and media personalities, Terry Pheto and Mampho Brescia have delved into a new and exciting business venture by launching their online toy store called 'Let’s Learn Toys'.

The inseparable pair says because they do almost everything together, they decided to venture into something they're both passionate about.

We realised that we both love kids and care about education and thought why not create a product that ticks all those boxes says Pheto. Through their toys, they hope to create a legacy that'll make education less painful and more accessible.

Parenting is a great responsibility. It is tremendous and pretty overwhelming.

Mampho Brescia, Actress and co-founder of 'Let’s Learn Toys'

Brescia says it is important to her and Pheto to become contributors to the education sector instead of relying on the government so much. It's not what your country can do for you but what can you do for your country add Brescia.

The store sells educational toys which democratise education, providing children with the available tools to make learning accessible and fun.

The stores boasts 2000 toys which involve the whole family, maximizing the time parents spend with their children.

Lets Learn Toys are designed for children aged from 12 months to 18 years.

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