Tweep calls on countrymen for support to get through university

Tweep calls on countrymen for support to get through university

- A young lady works as a hairdresser

- She wants to study law at Unisa

- She therefore appealed to tweeps to support her business so she can pay for registration fees

PAY ATTENTION: Click "See first" under the "Following" tab to see Briefly News on your newsfeed!

A young South African lady took to Twitter recently to publicise her hairdressing business, which she is running to raise funds for her university studies.

The lady, who calls herself @issaBlackQueen, posted pictures of some of the hairstyles she has done, Briefly.co.za learned.

She indicated that she needs to raise R5,200 to register for a law degree at the University of South Africa (Unisa) and appealed for retweets.

South African tweeps duly responded to her call and have retweeted her tweet over 700 times so far. Some have already inquired about her services.

Others also praised @issaBlackQueen for working to raise the funds instead of relying on handouts. See some of their reactions below.

READ ALSO: Move over Cyril! Motsepe dubbed SA's new president after booking Beyonce

Inquiries came in thick and fast.

READ ALSO: Mmusi Maimane: South Africans can't afford to live with ANC's financial mismanagement

More South Africans are turning to entrepreneurship. Briefly.co.za recently covered the story of Freddy Mahhumane, who started an IT business that now boasts over 1,000 clients.

Discover 5 interesting things about top model Melissa Magiera in the video below from our Briefly - South Africa YouTube channel.

Do you have a story to share with us? Inbox us on our Facebook page and we could feature your story.

To stay up to date with the latest news, download our news app on Google Play or iTunes today.

Source: Briefly.co.za

Related news
Tweeps react to DA call to bring the army in to crime-ridden areas

Tweeps react to DA call to bring the army in to crime-ridden areas

10 reactions to the DA’s call for the army to be deployed to crime areas
Briefly.co.za