- A beautiful young South African woman recently headed online to celebrate getting a new job
- In a heartwarming Twitter post, the young woman explains that she not only has a new job but also moved to a new city
- Many locals were genuinely happy for her and shared a number of heartwarming supportive comments in the replies section
The new year is well underway and many people are having bright new starts. A beautiful young South African woman is one of those who are celebrating fresh and happy beginnings in the form of a new job.
The young lady with the Twitter handle @sphe_nyandeni recently headed to the app to share the news that she had just signed a contract for her new job. In the same post, she also says that she will be living in a new city - how exciting.
"Just signed my first employment contract. I’m officially employed. A new province, new city. Won’t God do it?" she wrote, clearly overjoyed.
Soon the post blew up as many locals expressed how happy they were for her. Read a few of their comments below:
"Congratulations! But never underestimate your contribution. God helps those who help themselves! So you’ve obviously put in the effort and now it’s your time to shine! All the best darling!"
"Bathong Sphe and you were LITERALLY manifesting a job on my show a few weeks ago, congratulations yho."
"Congratulations dear. Do you have a boyfriend? If you don’t have, my DM is open. I can move in with you at any time. This opportunity comes once in a life."
Keeping in tune with feel-good news, Briefly.co.za also reported that a woman identified as Asiyah Randera has celebrated her achievement after graduating with a first-class in law from the University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom.
In a LinkedIn post, the woman shared a screenshot of the message she received from the chair of the exam board. She captioned the screenshot:
"I am thrilled and lost for words after receiving this email on Friday."
In the message that was sent to Asiyah, the chair disclosed that the school has never seen a student scoring over 70 every year and neither has she seen such in her 30 years of teaching.
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