- A man, Ndumiso Gasa, could not have been a prouder son or nephew
- In honour of Women's Month, Gasa paid tribute to his mother and aunt on social media
- He shared photos and videos of the ladies hard at work tiling a floor like professionals and his post inspired South Africans
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On Sunday, a man, Ndumiso Gasa, took to social media to honour his mother, Dudu Gasa, and aunt, Phindile Phakamile Gasa.
Ndumiso revealed the sisters are working together in the construction industry - which is normally dominated by men.
He posted snaps and videos of the ladies while they were hard at work tiling a floor.
His post read:
"It's still Women's Month and women are still doing what they do most, which is working hard. Here is my mother and my aunt busy working together, tiling the floor like professionals. You strike a woman, you strike a rock."
South Africans were inspired by the ladies' hustle and applauded them in the comment section.
Nora Abrahams commented:
"That's awesome, give a woman a job to do and it will get done."
Diana Coetzee said:
"Wow! Your mother and aunt are phenomenal! I must come and take lessons from them."
Mapula Mosehla wrote:
"Wow that's awesome."
Nomalanga Langi Tekela added:
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Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported on another inspiring lady. The 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.
@niqita11 joins other strong women who are making their mark in Mzansi. 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."
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