Lady gushes about getting license, car and job in 3 months

Lady gushes about getting license, car and job in 3 months

- A woman has taken to social media to share her accomplishments

- She said that she got a job and a new car in the space of three months

- Many congratulated her while others were skeptical

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A woman has taken to social media to gush about her recent good fortune. In a space of just three months, she managed to secure a job, get her license and buy a car. Mzansi social media users congratulated her for the accomplishments.

Twitter user ZamaCT couldn't contain her excitement when she posted the following tweet:

"3 months ago I didn't have a license, a job or a car. Now, I have all 3. God is real"

Social media users were filled with warm words for the young woman. Twitter user Maheneza said:

"But God, all these testimonies are exciting me! Father, I know my time is coming"

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While ABrooklynWinter said:

"Haibo! Congratulations sistaz!!"

Others were a little skeptical about how she could achieve so much in such a short space of time. Twitter user NalediKebakile said:

"Congratulations. But where did you buy your licence?"

While TheOnlyMessiah_ said:

"3 months ago everything? Lol yeah no, share your formula"

Lethuba_Ruu said:

"All of em in just 3 months...girly, what's the secret?"

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that the maths and science pupils at the Katlehong Engineering School of Specialisation on the East Rand will now be trained as qualified car technicians by five big motor companies in SA. Yesterday, Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi officially launched the learning centre that focuses on transport and logistics. The school is partnering with MerSeta (manufacturing, engineering and related services Seta) to provide their pupils with work experience and learnerships.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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