"Mamma, you were right": Lady gushes about landing dream job

"Mamma, you were right": Lady gushes about landing dream job

- A local woman heaped praise on her mother for believing in her as she recently landed her dream job

- An avid sports enthusiast, she was appointed as a media manager for the International Cricket Council (ICC) at the world cup

- South African sports personalities and other social media users shared their admiration for the lady and her inspirational message

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Mzansi was recently blown away by a woman’s inspirational social media post and message to her mother as she landed her dream job.

Sports enthusiast, Sipokazi Sokanyile (@Syfokazi), shared a tweet on Sunday detailing that she was recently appointed as a media manager for the International Cricket Council (ICC) at the cricket world cup.

Briefly.co.za could easily sense her excitement as he revealed that she wanted to pinch herself as she covered her first match for the organisation at the Lord’s stadium in England – known as the home of cricket.

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Sipokazi’s tweet went viral as it attracted more than 1 000 likes, with many sports personalities congratulating her on the achievement.

Tweeps were also blown away by the faith her mother showed in her and the recognition she now reciprocated in her post.

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Rustin Constance (@rcliconstance) said, “Wow wow wow! Many congratulations! Baie geluk dame! Saw something extremely unique in you way back during start of Africa T20 in Oudtshoorn! All of the best! Rustin, Connie & kids!”
Proteas spin bowler, Keshav Maharaj, added: “Congrats @Syfokazi”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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