- @mashile_lethabo recently paid her mom a visit and captured two inspiring photos
- @mashile_lethabo's mother has a large herd of cattle that she takes good care of
- @mashile_lethabo stated in her post that she is proud of her mother and her success
@mashile_lethabo shared two amazing photos of her mother hard at work with her cattle. The young lady shared a post to Twitter about visiting her mother and her herd, stating that her mom has done well.
South African tweeps asked quite a few questions in @mashile_lethabo replies section. Some inquired about the sale of her mom's cattle while others asked questions like does she insure them.
@mashile_lethabo tried her best to respond to all those who had cattle-related questions.
Take a look at Mashile's tweet below:
Below are just a few of the responses she received:
"Does that mean you gonna lobola me Lethabo?"
"My grandfather used to be known as a successful man around his area because of these. It was a measure of success back then. The Bentleys, Mercs and Porsche of the times back then."
@KuumakwaMumbi responded with:
"This is a very commendable project. Resonates with our culture too. Well done mama."
"All of it is her cows? Woooooow, I’m proud of her too!"
"Your mom, she's an African Queen indeed."
@PamNS_ added in response:
"Now, these are HARD pictures. Shout-out to her!"
@themba_nutella quote tweeted with:
"Your mom is my long-term goal."
In other inspiring news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported on a young lady who started a successful farming business after having to close down her takeaway. After closing her business down, 27-year-old Ncumisa Miesah Mkabile started selling chicken and going door-to-door to do her deliveries.
She realised there was a demand for supply from others who wanted to start their own businesses and jumped at the gap in the market.
In late May 2020, Ncumisa got her hands on some land where she planted 20 000 spinach seeds. She got more land a few months later where she planted 20 000 green pepper seeds and now supplies huge supermarkets.
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