- A young woman is building her business from the ground up, literally!
- Adorlee Nthonifheni Mudau shared photos of herself at graduation as well as the bricks she's making to build a store
- Mudau plans on selling eggs once she finished building her business premises with the bricks she made
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A young lady, who was identified as Adorlee Nthonifheni Mudau, is proving that women have what it takes to build their own empires.
The graduate is not waiting on employment to find her, instead she decided to take matters into her own hands - literally. Mudau decided to start making her own bricks, which she will use to build a store. The inspiring lady will then open a business where people can buy eggs.
She posted a snippet of an interview she did and some photos on Facebook and wrote:
"Help me to find a piece of land for my business."
Take a look at the post below:
Needless to say, her story inspired South Africans and one man, Skhinya Sk Muronga, commented:
"I like this."
Mudau is joining other powerhouse women who are breaking the glass ceiling to succeed. Previously, Briefly.co.za reported on Zama Philisiwe Zungu, a lady who went viral in Women's Month when photos surfaced online showing her building an additional room onto her home.
Photos of Zungu's handiwork were posted on the viral #ImStaying group and social media users were in awe of her. The 26-year-old, who grew up in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal, was photographed building an extra room onto her existing house.
The female civil engineer captioned the post:
"This is what I am good at."
In other news, a South African woman, who has been identified as Nosipho Kholutsoane, served up all sorts of inspiration and motivation after the story of how she managed to start a successful vintage car restoration business.
According to the Facebook post, Nosipho began the business with only R2 000 in her pocket, which she had borrowed from her husband. This came after she had watched a TV show about car restoration. She then used the R2 000 to buy a rusted 1947 Pontiac.
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