- The South African Police Service (SAPS) took to social media to honour one of its female members
- The post introduced Mzansi to Constable Tebogo Modisagae
- The inspiring woman is part of the SAPS Air Wing Law Enforcement Officers
On Friday, the SAPS took to social media to gush about Constable Tebogo Modisagae, a "determined, unwavering and patriotic member of the Air Wing in Potchefstroom in the North West."
"The member is among the rare female SAPS Air Wing Law Enforcement Officers (ALEOs), who continue to fly the country’s flag high," the SAPS said in the post.
According to the post, Modisagae find joy in the fact that her job ensures the safety of the people of South Africa.
Social media users were inspired by the female pilot and they praised her online.
Zodwa Ka Unathi Makhanya commented: "Yes that's our gal right there. Congrats bubu."
Simmy Mathebula added: "Congratulations to her and other patriotic and selfless female members of the South African South African Police Service."
Thabo Dismental Kgomo said: "Is she married? Asking for a friend."
Briefly.co.za previously reported on another female pilot in the SAPS. Captain Stephani Scheepers, aka Captain Steph, dedicated her life to the blue uniform by protecting and serving the people in Mzansi.
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