- The South African social media community is feeling encouraged by a beautiful woman who has been certified as a technician
- Lebogang Anna Mothoa has taken to social media platforms to share her recent achievement and now has a new qualification in the technical sector
- Briefly News also shared a congratulatory message to the stunning woman on social media and also penned a few reactions
A South African woman has just bagged a qualification as a technician and also shared her story on social media platforms. Lebogang Anna Mothoa has thanked God for carrying her throughout until she realised her lifelong dream.
Briefly News also shared her story on the publication's social media page, congratulating the stunning lady who has inspired her peers.
The post by Briefly News reads:
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“Congratulations to this beautiful South African lady, Lebogang Anna Mothoa, who took to social media to share that she is now a qualified technician. The future is in your hands.”
Mothoa's initial post on her Facebook page has received more than 150 000 comments, urging her followers to get used to calling her with a new title.
The post reads:
“Lebogang Anna Mothoa, your Qualified Technician Ebenezer Nkosi.”
Looking at the comments, many were left inspired and motivated by Mothoa’s journey and congratulated her.
Mzansi feels inspired
@Amanda Msimanga said:
@Patience Mdletshe said:
"Congratulations Oeh. Usebenzile C-Class waseAstra.”
@Siphelele Xulu said:
@Na’Masango Nokuthula said:
“Congratulations baby. So beke le beke I’ll be lilizeling.”
@Duduzile Shaku said:
“Alililili ayiyi thuto weee. Congratulations ngwana malome oberekile Tlou.”
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In more news about inspiring careers, Briefly News reported that the story of Karabo Doctor Senyolo was shared online and has inspired many South Africans who still dream of making it in life.
Senyolo says he failed Grade 10 and 12 but he kept feeling motivated and believing that one day he would land his dream job. Today, he says he is the first qualified firefighter in his community and has also credited his family for supporting him.
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