- A stunning young Ndebele lady has shared images of herself on her farm to social media in celebration of Heritage Day
- Gugulethu Razi Mahlangu has her own farm and shared the images to Facebook group, #ImStaying
- Gugulethu added her other social media handles and told Stayers to contact her if they need farming advice
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A stunning young lady has shared her story in celebration on Heritage Day. Gugulethu Razi Mahlangu posted a few images of herself on her farm to Facebook group, #ImStaying. Gugulethu is not only stunning but definitely a hard worker.
She shared both her Twitter and Instagram handles on the post in hopes that those in need of farming advice contact her for help. Her short and sweet caption is highly impactful as she explained what she does. It read:
Heritage Day. #Imstaying because I can celebrate being a young female Ndebele farmer in my country. You can follow me on my Twitter and Instagram: @gugulethu_cm. I'm available to share knowledge on what I know regarding starting a farming business for all those interested."
Her lovely post received an influx of positive comments from Stayers. Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the top comments.
Anita Lowe wrote:
"Wow that's awesome, you are so young and beautiful, I salute you for being a farmer. May God protect you and your farm."
Musa Sbewu commented:
"You're an inspiration to both men & women you're beautiful, hardworking & smart. I'm very proud of you... Keep it up - Happy heritage month!"
Nonkululeko MaMfaba Ganare said:
"Yesss ghurl that’s what I’m talking about. Feed the nation mama. Super proud."
Thembisa Tash Ngqawana added:
"Thanks for paving way for many ladies. It's high time we venture into agriculture/farming."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on Vallery Seanego, a farmer not afraid to get her hands dirty. In two separate posts, one of which has gone viral, Vallery Seanego has made her way into the hearts of South Africans. The 31-year-old is a farmer based in Limpopo who is definitely not afraid to get her hands dirty - manicure or not!
Vallery's original post was uploaded in 2018, captioned: "I am my father's daughter. Those who know him will understand, manala." Another post about her, with different pictures but the same message, was posted to Twitter by @BlessingsRamoba last week.
@BlessingsRamoba's post describing Vallery's work and her produce has gained over 700 likes and almost 200 retweets since it was uploaded. Vallery grows all sorts of vegetables and owns 10 hectares of land. She is truly an inspiration to many out there.
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