- A young lady recently headed to Twitter to share the news that she had opened her own law firm
- In the post, she excitedly explains how she had just sent out her very first invoices
- Twitter users were very inspired, many of them headed to the comment section to congratulate her
Another beautiful young South African woman is making a name for herself. @tsholo94 recently took to her Twitter page to share some amazing news with her followers - she just opened her very own law firm.
In the highly motivational Twitter post, she re-introduces herself to her followers to include her full title and a new position as a legal practitioner who practices in her very own law firm - talk about goals.
"I’d like to re-introduce myself. Hi I’m Kholofelo, a Legal practitioner practicing on her own account. GUYS I SENT OUT MY FIRST BATCH OF INVOICES YESTERDAY!," she wrote excitedly.
The post received over 2 000 reactions. Many Twittersens headed to the comment section to congratulate her on her big achievement. a lot of them also asked for her details in hopes of working with her in the future.
Read a few of their comments below.
"Send us your address your specialty civil criminal and we refer as much as we can this is beautiful I am touched!"
"This is beautiful. Where are your offices; how do people contact you and do you have a particular field that you focus on."
"Great news to wake up to on a new day and new month. Congratulations."
In more feel-good Briefly.co.za news, Lekhau Sehoana has been making serious moves to help himself and his sneaker business grow. The young South African man once again took to Twitter to share the news that he had just bought a brand new truck for the business.
Lekhau also shared a brilliant picture of himself standing next to the huge vehicle looking mighty proud of himself. He also added a few motivational and inspirational words in the caption of the heartwarming Twitter post.
""This is the first brand new vehicle I've bought, as we welcome our new Truck at @DRIPFootWear #JobsWillBeCreated #TheTownshipDream," he wrote.
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