SA inspired by stunning healthcare professional who owns a pharmacy

SA inspired by stunning healthcare professional who owns a pharmacy

- Nontobeko Nzama is one inspiring young lady and her story gathered thousands of reactions on Mzansi social media

- Nzama is a healthcare professional who owns her own pharmacy

- South Africans applauded the stunning young woman for achieving success at a young age

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Some people work their entire lives without realising their purpose while others manage to achieve their dreams at a young age.

Nontobeko Nzama is one young lady who has proven that hard work pays off. Not only did she graduate as a pharmacist, she also works for herself. The stunning young medical professional owns her own pharmacy in KwaZulu-Natal.

Her story was shared on Twitter by entrepreneur Siyanda Calvin Ntenga, who goes by the handle @Ntenga3ZN.

He captioned the post:

"Meet Nontobeko Nzama, a healthcare practitioner specialising as a pharmacist and owner of Edemed Pharmacy based in Pietermaritzburg, KZN. Her pharmacy is known for offering great healthcare support and best service."
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SA inspired by stunning healthcare professional who owns a pharmacy

Nontobeko Nzama has the beauty and the brains - she owns her own pharmacy in KwaZulu-Natal where she works as a medical practitioner. Photo: @Ntenga3ZN / Twitter.
Source: Twitter

Take a look at Ntenga's post below:

The post quickly gathered thousands of reactions and South Africans were inspired by her story.

Twitter user, @SifisoT2, commented:

"Well done to her."

Another tweep, @sivephesh, wrote:

"This is beautiful. I like and I am inspired."

Earlier, reported on another success story that warmed Mzansi social media users' hearts.

Like millions of South Africans, Dr Mandlesilo grew up poor in a rural town. However, he did not let his start in life determine his future. Instead, Dr Mandlesilo worked hard and he went on to study medicine.

After becoming a medical doctor, he furthered his career and specialised as a neurologist. Taking to Twitter on Monday, the inspiring man wrote:

"From the rural town of Bizana in the Eastern Cape and now a neurologist. Black child it’s possible. To God be the glory."
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Meanwhile, in other news, despite finishing second in the league, Kaizer Chiefs still managed to bag R12 million. Amakhosi supporters took to social media to express their excitement. took to Twitter to post about the winnings Chiefs made.

Chiefs finished in the PSL with 57 points, just two points behind champions Mamelodi Sundowns. Sundowns managed to rake in R20,05 million. This is the biggest cheque as they won both the Telkom Knockout and Absa Premiership titles.

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