- A young woman recently shared a touching story about how she managed to achieve success despite many challenges
- In the heartwarming post, she also shares how she excitedly got to experience a life-long dream of hers - flying
- Many people loved the inspirational post, each sharing thoughtful messages in the comment section
A young woman recently shared a touching story about all the things she managed to achieve despite facing many challenges. Taking to ImStaying, ZaneNkululeko Hlaba also shared how she experienced flying in an airplane for the first time - something she had always wanted to do.
"Let me tell you a short story about Grace.When I was a toddler, every time I saw a bird, I would cry and say I want to fly with it, there was no calming me down unless an adult would pick me up to the sky, my mother told me a tale of how I got the Name “Nyoni”
"Born and Bread in Molweni, a small township in the outer west of Durban, by a mother who was a domestic worker and a father who was a self-taught electrician, I completed my matric at Kwadinabakubo combined school in 2007.
"Completing my grade 12 marked the first female in the family to complete matric, Acceptance and entrance to the Food Science & Nutrition Program in 2011 marked the first family female to go to university, my graduation marked the first graduation in the family name (Hlaba).
"Last year I was able to reach the dream I had as a toddler and flew high in the sky, again marking the first individual in the family to leave the continent and work in Europe as a Quality Manager," she wrote proudly.
Impressed Stayers had this to say:
Robyn Lentz said:
Fly free. Fly high. You have done your parents so proud. Well done to you."
Pam Soares said:
"Fly high darling. God will lift u to more higher places. Congratulations."
In similar touching Briefly.co.za news, getting a job these days is harder than ever. While many don't seem to be having luck in that department, a young South African woman is not one of them - something she is undoubtedly very proud of.
The young woman with the Twitter handle, @kgotthie recently headed to her personal Twitter page to share that she had gotten the job. While she did not explain what the job was, her followers were happy for her regardless.
"I got the job," she simply wrote in the heartwarming Twitter post.
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