- A young woman who holds a Bachelor of Education qualification has turned to Mzansi for help
- @Nkosazane Muhle Mdletshe wrote on Facebook that she hopes to secure a job as an educator
- Mzansi social media users responded to the post by offering encouragement and guidance
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A recent Bachelor of Education graduate has taken to social media to appeal to Mzansi for assistance as she endeavours to find employment.
Heading to Facebook, @Nkosazane Muhle Mdletshe wrote that she hopes to secure a job within the senior education phase or at a Further Education and Training (FET) institution.
She shared an image of herself holding up a plaque with her appeal, noting her majors as Xitsonga and History.
The caption read:
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"Please share. Senior phase and FET. Contact 0729461805. Email: email@example.com."
The post went down well with Mzansi social media users, who responded to the appeal in kind.
Mzansi responds in helpful fashion
Briefly takes a look at the positive responses below.
@Jessica Loot Love Masikhwa wrote:
"It's all gonna be well, love."
@Surprino Lehlabile Mphephu said:
"Willing to travel anywhere?"
@Nokuthula Dladla added:
"Thank you for the information."
@Chuma Miehleketo noted:
"Good luck, dear."
@Emelda Ncube offered:
"Best of luck are you willing to relocate?"
@Beatitude Luvhani Ngwekhulu remarked:
"What is yours will come to you, boo."
Highly qualified young man takes to the streets to find a job
In a related news story, Briefly News recently reported on a highly qualified man, who took to the streets with a cardboard sign and hope in his heart.
On the sign, the young man wrote: Not asking for money, looking for work, please help. He provides his contact details and says he is qualified in Financial Management and is currently studying towards a degree in BCom Law.
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He also has four years of experience working in an accounts payable role. In a tweet by @9ineti7even, the Twitter user encourages people to share a picture of the young man standing with his sign.
The post reads:
"Let's make him trend."