Proud Saffas flex their different and impressive work uniforms

Proud Saffas flex their different and impressive work uniforms

- South Africans recently took to Twitter to share pics of themselves in various work clothes

- Among the uniforms were a soldier, train operator and IT specialist

- Tweeps took the time to compliment the different working-class citizens

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A young woman with the Twitter handle, @Kwandilugz_ recently decided to begin a very interesting thread on the popular social media app. She called on everyone to drop a picture of themselves in their work uniforms.

Soon many locals were responding to the tweet with pictures of themselves proudly representing their vast fields in their work attire. Among the many tweets, a picture of a Forex trader, construction worker, soldier, and a train operator surfaced.

Other tweeps who enjoyed the South Africans proudly showing off their uniforms took to the replies section to share their thoughts on the various workers and careers that people had chosen. They also complimented the proud uniform-wearing employees.

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Here are a few of the pictures as well as the comments.

A soldier

To which @pappa_zulu replied:

"You're beautiful corporal.

A train conductor

A construction worker

To which @TTOfficialSA replied:

"You make that uniform look good."

And @MazziGreat said:

"A woman in safety boots," he also included a red heart emoji to show how much he loves it.
Locals took to Twitter to share their uniform pics

All the different workers in their uniforms. Source: Twitter/ @Kwandilugz
Source: Twitter

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za also reported about a young creative Clinton Nyarkoh is a 22-year-old entrepreneur and the CEO of iSupreme, the fastest growing integrated marketing agency in Ghana. He started iSupreme as an events and media organisation during his college days at the University of Ghana.

The company has since grown into serving brands with brand and marketing strategy, digital, advertising, and experiential marketing and currently employs eight people.

For a small firm, iSupreme has an impeccable clientele having worked with multinational brands and organisations like Simbisa Brands Ghana (owners of Pizza Inn, Chicken Inn & Galitos), JA Ghana, and the American fashion brand D’Marsh Couture among other Ghanaian startups and emerging brands.

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Clinton is on a mission to grow the next generation of relevant brands which he does through iSupreme by building solutions, initiatives, and providing services that help small brands grow.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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