Tweep pays tribute to 7 impressive and inspiring South African women

Tweep pays tribute to 7 impressive and inspiring South African women

More and more South African women are breaking the ceiling of success in their various fields. One Twitter user took time to celebrate seven of them in her own way.

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Zoe Msutwana paid tribute to her chosen seven women yesterday as part of the #WCW (woman crush Wednesday) hashtag.

Incidentally, Zoe is successful in her own right, Briefly.co.za gathered. She is the founding editor and CEO of Guide to Celebrity, an informative magazine about celebrities.

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Dr Sindi van Zyl and Sarah Langa

The first lady Zoe praised was Dr Sindi van Zyl, who is popular on Twitter for her illuminating medical and social discussions.

Next was social media personality and fashion blogger Sarah Langa. As Briefly.co.za reported, she won the South African Style Award for the Most Stylish Social Media Personality recently.

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Itumeleng Dibatane and Siyanda Bani

Next up, Zoe congratulated fashion designer Itumeleng Dibatane for her upcoming Vintage Muse Popup.

She also celebrated fashion and style muse Siyanda Bani for steadily building her social media and career profile.

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Tay Dlamini, Juanita Khumalo, and Robina Kafuko

Tay is a content strategist on the career up, while Juanita is a fitness trainer who recently held her first wellness bootcamp.

Robina, who happens to be Zoe's younger sister, completed her BSc degree recently and has scored a "major career placement."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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