- A young woman recently took to Facebook to celebrate getting a permanent job
- In her post, she explains that she had been chosen for a learnership and right after graduating the company offered her a permanent post
- Many congratulated her and joined her in praising God for her new and most importantly permanent position
A young woman is positively beaming after reaching a level of job security that many people are longing for, particularly during these trying times. Taking to Facebook's ImStaying, Kgaugelo Phuti shared a touching post.
In the post, Kgaugelo explains how she had been selected for a learnership by an unmentioned company. Soon after graduating, she was called in by the very same company to sign a contract for permanent employment.
"On the 14th of Jan 2019 a company took me from high school for a learnership, on the 13th of December that year I graduated, and on the 01st of Jan 2020 I signed a permanent contract. GOD IS GREAT ALL THE TIME#amstaying," she wrote happily.
Soon many Stayers joined her in thanking God. Read a few of their comments below:
June Holyoake said:
"GOD is good all the time, congrats."
Lilian Parker said:
"Congratulations. Hard work and learning pays off. Well done."
Daniel Govender said:
"The look and pride on your mum’s face is priceless."
Wesley Swanepoel said:
"Determination and hard work always pay off."
James Stewart said:
"Congrats and your smile just says it all! Well done, super proud."
Gugu Constance Madonsela said:
"He is great indeed. Congratulations dear."
In similar motivational Briefly.co.za reports, a South African lady has served as a shining example of where dedication and determination can get you in life. Vuyokazi 'Vuyo' Mntuyedwa shared a heartwarming post on Facebook's ImStaying about how she finally got her PhD after undergoing many challenges.
"On 18 Dec 2020, I received my Ph.D. degree at UWC after so many challenges that have delayed my progress. I have told myself one thing, regardless of the delays but am going to get my PhD degree one day because am not a failure.
"I did not quit, or dropout because I knew that as a Black young woman I am capable of finishing this PhD. So I want to encourage everyone to never ever give up on your dreams. The devil and the circumstances can delay you. But don’t lose focus.
"I walk tall every day these days as Dr M my new academic title. I salute my perseverance all the time and resilience. #DrM #PhDStory #ImStaying" she wrote proudly.
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Source: Briefly News