- A beautiful young South African woman recently headed online to share a post asking for her fellow South African people to kindly support her blanket washing business
- Her heartwarming and inspirational post includes some snaps of her demonstrating how she washes the blankets by stomping on them the traditional African way
- The post received many comments from South Africans who loved to see how she was taking some time to make money for herself regardless of how taxing the work is
These days finding a job is as hard as winning the lotto. This is why watching a determined young woman make something of herself despite life's difficulties is as refreshing as getting water after being stuck in a desert for days on end.
Innovation at its best
In a truly inspirational Facebook post, Smangele Ndlunkulu Ngema asked people to kindly support her blanket washing business. Snaps of her hard at work show that she stomps the blankets clean using only her feet - the true African way.
A true hustler
The hustle: When you get time drop your blankets and laundry. 1 blanket -R90, two blankets R160, and a basket of your dirty laundry R200. N.B: I don't do house calls.
A well received post
The post was warmly received by her friends and followers who promised to support the honest hustle. Many of the lauded her for being the change that she wants to see in her own life:
"This is beautiful girl May God bring you many customers"
Job Hlomo said:
"Great job go girl"
Nozinhle Phadu said:
"Keep up the good work!"
Isaac Mogotsi said:
"I love the idea mma..you are a diamond by yourself wow"
More hardworking Mzansi ladies
A Nigerian lady, Oyindamola Ajayi, has celebrated bagging a doctorate degree at the young age of 28 after more than three years in school.
Now a doctor in corporate communications, the lady revealed that many years ago, she never thought a time like the one she is in would come. Sharing her story on her LinkedIn page, Oyindamola said there was a time she lied to people that she was only vacationing in South Africa.
The 28-year-old old lady disclosed she had to say that so she would not have much to explain if she caved in and decided to quit the programme altogether.
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