- A beautiful young South African woman recently started her own optometry practice
- Taking to Twitter the young lady asked for support and also shared pics of herself posing proudly in front of her very own practice
- Mzansi was absolutely for the wonderful and positive news, many of them shared messages of support and encouragement in the comment section
A beautiful young South African woman is doing the things that'll make success to be done. Taking to Twitter, @RakgadiKoolKat shared some exciting news - she just opened her very own optometrist practice.
Her heartwarming, inspiring and highly motivational post included pictures of her standing undoubtedly proud in front of her new store. In the caption, she also calls on South Africans to kindly support her new and exciting venture.
"Sooo I opened my own optometry practice in Malelane MP. Nkomazi twitter please come through for ya girl," she wrote very happily.
Of course, Mzansi loved to see a black woman winning in life. The post received a whopping 34k reactions. Many people also headed to the comment section to share messages of love, support, and encouragement.
Read a few of their comments below:
"Like what inspired you to open an optometry practice? congrats btw."
"Oh my gosh I love this! Congratulations. Do you take medical aid or is it a cash practice? I'll somer take a road trip to get my glasses"
"Congratulations. I applied for the receptionist post that was advertised. Unfortunately, I wasn't considered. But it's good to see black women winning, you deserve it."
In other inspiring Briefly.co.za news, a young woman, Hillary Sindie recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying to thank a kind Engen petrol attendant that bought her a cold bottle of water after she herself could not afford to quench her thirst in the sweltering South African weather.
"Gentlemen like him give me hope!... With the hot temperatures, today and a long journey we had to drive with my sister, this Gentleman who works at Engen Garage Constantia Kloof offered to buy us water as if he knew how thirsty we were and had no money to even buy it
"It normally expected from us to give them tips but he definitely changed the game... Thank you soo much, my brother, I forgot to take your name! #IamStaying Because of people like you...," she wrote.
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Source: Briefly News