- A woman, who was only identified by her Twitter handle @niqita11, is using her creativity to make money
- The beautiful mama, who is also an HIV activist, showed off her hustle on the social media platform on Monday
- She uses old tyres and turn them into beautiful furniture, which she customises according to her clients' taste.
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While we are still celebrating Woman's Month, Briefly.co.za decided to share the story of an inspiring, hard-working mom.
The lady, who was only identified by her Twitter handle @niqita11, converts old tyres into breathtaking pieces of furniture.
On Monday, she took to the social media platform to share her designs with other South Africans. The Durban-based woman asked Mzansi to show her support and she shared photos of her products as well as a pic of herself in action.
Take a look at the post below:
Not only is @niqita11 a hardworking woman who generates an income for her family, she is also living proof that someone can live a long, healthy life with HIV.
According to her Twitter page, @niqita11 has been living with HIV and taking ARVs for the past decade.
However, the virus did not stop her from living her best life. @niqita11 revealed she is a mother and has a partner who is HIV-negative.
Her hustle and her story inspired South Africans, who applauded @niqita11 in the comment section.
Twitter user, @K_Kgotlelelo, wrote:
"I love it."
Another tweep, @grace22chisomo, added:
"This is really beautiful, I love it."
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Briefly.co.za previously reported on another inspiring lady. Zamanzini Philisiwe Zungu is proving that women can succeed in industries dominated by men. Zungu is an engineer who decided to expand her house's structure.
Instead of hiring a builder, the inspiring lady took on the physical work herself. She shared photos of her handiwork on Facebook and captioned the post:
"This is what I am good at."
Another woman, Nompilo Majozi, then decided to share Zungu's story on the #ImStaying Facebook page.
"If this doesn't inspire you, then I don't know what will. Sis studied civil engineering at FET, now look what she's doing in her home. Her name is Zamanzini Philisiwe Zungu. I'm so proud to be a woman!"
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