- A gorgeous young lady is inspiring many after she shared her two completely different looks
- Tapuwanashe Allin shared an image of herself at work as a farmer and another of her all dressed up
- Her post was reshared to the #ImStaying group on Facebook and South Africans are thanking her for being an inspiration
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A stunning female farmer shared two polar opposite pictures of herself and South Africans are in awe. Tapuwanashe Allin shared an image of herself at work, as a farmer and another of herself dressed up with high heeled shoes.
Her post was reshared to the #ImStaying group on Facebook by Nombuso Nkosi with the caption: "So inspired." Nombuso's reshare received over 7 500 likes, almost 200 shares and over 150 comments from Stayers.
Many took to the replies section to share that they were also inspired by Tapuwanashe. Tapuwanashe's original post was captioned: "Don’t worry about looking good, worry about achieving your goals."
Take a look at her original post below:
Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the comments left behind by Stayers.
Loraine Jefferies wrote:
"Beautiful and successful farmer."
Lehlohonolo Dan said:
"You go girl. Big up."
Jody Da Silva commented:
"Wow, well done we need more citizens like you."
Tlaki Nyantumba added:
"Is it her in both photos? I thought my eyes are deceiving me. Amazing!!!"
Thabo Serekeho responded with:
"You are a super star. Keep it up girl."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on a young female farmer who is inspiring many after starting a backyard nursery. A young Limpopo woman is making a huge difference in her impoverished community.
This after she came up with the innovative idea to grow vegetables inside a nursery in her very own backyard. Shanen Rikhotso first set out on a mission to change the general outlook of her rural village called N’wamitwa, outside Tzaneen in Limpopo after she noticed that the place was plagued by unemployment and youths who have nothing else to do but do drugs and drown their sorrows in alcohol.
Shanen is slowly changing all of that by proving to others that there are opportunities for growth even in a small village. Using herself as an example, she planted veggies in her backyard which soon became a nursery which she decided to call, Ntsakelo’s Nursery.
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Source: Briefly News