Halala: Woman shares success after landing intern job after 2 years

Halala: Woman shares success after landing intern job after 2 years

- Nothing is sweeter than success, especially if your goal is something that took you years to achieve

- Thaboew Kikhali took to social media to rejoice in her employment as an intern after two whole years of struggling

- The ecstatic young lady shared her happiness online in a post that quickly went viral

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The best things in life are worth waiting for, especially when it comes to career goals. One ecstatic woman, identified as Thaboew Zikhali, turned heads when she posted to celebrate her luck finding a job as an intern.

A glowing Zikhali shared some radiant snaps in a Fendi dress to mark the occasion, telling social media that the moment had been one she waited patiently for:

"Today I started working as an intern after 2 years of no luck. To God be the glory!"

READ ALSO: Pupils honour teacher who retires after 50 years in heartwarming video

Mzansi was thrilled to hear of her securing the bag and showered her with love as peeps joined in the celebration.

Take a look at just a few reactions to the post that quickly went viral, securing thousands of responses:


"Take every chance you get there and learn as much you can."


"Congrats hey and always know that God loves all his children, even though he takes long too to answer us. A big congratulations to you sis! May He continue to shower you with His blessings."


"Congratulations girl!"


"Give out your best!"


"God is good!"
Halala: Woman shares success after landing intern job after 2 years
This young lady managed to secure the bag after two long years of searching for work. Image: Twitter @Thaboew_Zikhal
Source: UGC

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Frankie Du Toit, whose social media handle is @FrankieFire, shared a heartwarming video online of his mom.

After 50 years of service, while shaping and nurturing young minds, Elmarie retired. She was given a walk of honour as the pupils of the school she taught at applauded her as she left the school for the last time as a teacher.

"I’ve got to share this with all of you. After 50 years of teaching my mom retired at the age of 70 and the whole school gave her a guard of honour."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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