- Tweep celebrates her job success on Twitter
- This lady has been searching for a full-time position for the last four years, and never gave up on hoping something would come her way
- In her tweet, she stated that “God is never late”, indicating her faith in finding the right position
In a story that shows the importance of patience and perseverance, one Tweep tweeted her joy at finding a job after 4 years of waiting and searching.
In the tweet, she stated she not only landed the job, but got “a splendid salary + incentives”. She added that “God’s never late”.
Tweeps responded congratulating her on her success.
Some even asked for advice.
And others gave a bit of their own advice.
It is no secret that times are tough and jobs are scarce. Briefly.co.za recently featured an article about an unemployed engineering graduate who resorted to Twitter in search of a job. Sanda Gcwabe posted a photo of herself in her graduation gown along with her appeal.
She said she holds a National Diploma in Electrical Engineering, has one year of experience, and is willing to relocate if need be. South Africans on Twitter demonstrated just how helpful and caring they are by retweeting her appeal over 3,000 times.
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Ah, African proverbs. Such a vast selection of meanings. A wonderful cultural study. Many of us were taught proverbs before we could even talk properly. Which basically means our elders, parents, uncles and aunties are always finding ways to scold us with a suitable proverb. Some are hilarious and witty, some are more cryptic. All of them remain relevant today and teach us about our heritage. Today, we’ll Explore the Meaning of Unique African Proverbs.