- A stunning South African nurse-midwife has left the country speechless and in awe of her beauty
- Lezley Thulile shared a post of herself and a short caption to Facebook group #ImStaying and quickly went viral
- Some people commented with quirky responses to her beauty while others sent her well-wishes for working during this time
Medical professionals have been at the forefront throughout this global pandemic and Mzansi has been vocal in thanking them for their dedication. In a recent post shared to Facebook group #ImStaying, a stunning nurse posted a selfie.
Lezley Thulile shared that she is a certified nurse-midwife through the caption and hashtags used. She captioned her stunning post of her in uniform: "I spent my Heritage Day at work. Catching the little angels."
Her post quickly went viral on the group, gaining over 500 comments and 11 000 reactions. The comments section is filled with quirky comments about her beauty and well-wishes for her future in her field.
Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the top comments under Lezley's post.
Usthembiso De Luxe wrote:
"Hi, I think I am sick. Can I come do the check-up?"
Sporo Ditshego said:
"I need a nurse like you, I am hurting here, here right here."
Hilda Venter commented:
"I think YOU are the angel."
Theresa Vika added:
"With you as my healthcare worker, doctor's visits will be a norm."
In other news about stunning and inspiring women, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a young female Ndebele farmer who is inspiring South Africans. 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:
"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."
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