- A young woman, who was simply identified as Nonhle, took to Twitter to share her good news with Mzansi
- Nonhle revealed that with the current state in South Africa she struggled to find a job for three years
- However, despite being in a pandemic, the young mother managed to secure employment and recently had her first day on the job
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The unemployment rate in South Africa has been a problem for the past several years and it has gotten worse since the coronavirus pandemic reached the country a couple of months ago.
One woman, who was simply identified as Nonhle, is no stranger to unemployment. She revealed on Twitter on Monday that she had been without work for three years.
However, Nonhle shared amazing news with her fellow tweeps - she landed a job. On 6 July, the beautiful young mom celebrated her first day on the job after years of unemployment.
She wrote in a tweet:
"Today I woke up preparing for work after three years of job hunting. I am grateful! God really pulled through for me."
Take a look at the post below:
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Her got thousands of likes and social media users were happy to hear Nonhle landed a job after searching for so long.
Twitter user, @Julani_Juelz, commented:
"God is good."
Clementine Khothatso, who goes by the Twitter handle @Sweet_Clemmy, added:
"With this pandemic you managed to get a job. This is really God's timing. This jobs belongs to you no one else."
Another tweep, @Zintathu_L, said:
"To even get a job in these unprecedented times is purely God’s grace."
Social media user, @ForchLesa, wrote:
"Congratulations queen, may God continue blessing your journey."
Briefly.co.za previously reported on a similar story. A man has taken to social media to gush about finally landing a job.
Trevor Sidogi is known on Mzansi social media for his talented small scale replicas of football stadiums. However, despite his talent, Trevor struggled to find employment for five years.
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