- A local woman has started her very own dustbin cleaning company, servicing a neighbourhood
- The young woman's creative thinking and hard work means she can proudly support herself
- Mzansi social media users were encouraged by the young hustler and took to the comments section to react
A local woman who's not afraid to get her hands a little dirty has inspired Mzansi with her work ethic after starting her own dustbin cleaning service. The young business owner's story was shared by Twitter user @KasiEconomy.
Refentse Sekgaolela may not come from much but she's definitely not choosing to dwell on circumstances that can't be changed. The young hustler is not ashamed of some hard work and a little mess, starting her own dustbin cleaning service just this year.
While some people might turn their noses up at cleaning bins for money, Refentse's innovative thinking and inspiring work ethic definitely make her a woman worth envying. The accomplished entrepreneur even has her own business email and work page.
Refenste's story definitely had Mzansi encouraged, ready to take some initiative in their own lives. Check out some of the comments from social media below:
"I salute you Refentse. A lot of people wouldn't have the courage to do this. Big ups."
"She's definitely the queen. I stan."
"I hope this trends hard. This is a boss right hurr!"
@MnguniEmmanuel had a few fun business ideas:
"Now imagine this... if she also drew/painted designs/graphics on them as one of her services."
"My kinda gal."
In other heartwarming news, Briefly News reported that finding a job in this day and age is truly something to be proud of, especially since there are so many people looking. This is why when one young South African woman, Cynthia, shared the news that she is now employed, many celebrated with her.
"Finally, I got a job," she wrote happily, while also taking some time to say thank you.
The heartwarming post received over 22k likes and many thoughtful comments from her followers, who were truly happy for the young woman's new chapter in life. Read a few of their comments below:
"Congratulations, let's follow each other and leave unemployed ones behind."
"Please lend me R65k."
"Stay away from work politics."
@ylucwaba offered this advice:
"And remember, you are there to work and not make friends. They will laugh with you while stabbing you in the back. Be on the look-out sister."
@avux_mitchem sadly wrote:
"I’m slowly waiting for this day."
"Congrats, this surely gives hope to us too."
"Congrats!! It feels like someone is gonna take me out for lunch come the following month-end."
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