- Hearts were warmed across Mzansi recently when a local single mom was shown recognition by the South African Police Service (SAPS), as well as by her local community, for her work as a points-woman
- The single mom and points-woman, Margaret, was gifted with tokens of appreciation from Traffic Free Flow (TFF) Tshwane, as well as with donations and messages from her neighbourhood
- This is not the first time that positive and bubbly OUTsurance points-woman has caught the eye of those around her; in 2017 she was awarded the title of Points-Woman of the Year
OUTsurance points-woman based in Tshwane, Margaret, has inspired South Africa with her hard work and dedication – all with a smile on her face!
Margaret is a single mom of a 14-year-old boy and became a part of Traffic Free Flow (TFF) Tshwane in 2013, The Good Things Guy Reported.
She directs traffic at a very busy intersection and helps make sure that all pedestrians cross the roads safely.
Because of her enthusiastic energy and positive approach to her position, Margaret puts smiles on many who encounter her and was even awarded the title of Points-woman of the Year in 2017.
Briefly.co.za saw that she continues to be recognised for her awesome work and bubbly attitude.
TFF Tshwane gave Margaret some well-deserved praise recently in a touching Facebook post:
“Our Static Points-woman Margaret Maela was recently recognised by the Community, SAPS & Businesses around the area where she works at, for her hard work in ensuring that there is relief of traffic congestion at Codonia & Ben Swart intersection. As the company, we are so honoured to have passionate, dedicated, hardworking women like her. Well done, Margaret.”
They also gifted Margaret with a R500 Pick n Pay voucher, R500 cash, as well as donations from the immediate community.
CEO and shareholder of TFF Tshwane, Bheki Zondo, also gushed over Margaret’s recognition and achievement:
“Margaret is an inspiration to us all every day as she tackles the pressures of her job with a smile on her face, giving 110%, no matter what. Thanks, Margaret, for being a model employee and an inspiration to all your teammates. Employees who are engaged, challenged, valued and rewarded (emotionally, intellectually and financially) perform at a very high level. The business is so proud and blessed to have a talented employee like you.”
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