- A local young female farmer recently headed online to share an inspirational post about how she pushes herself
- In the post, she carries a huge sack of what looks like some type of animal food without much difficulty
- Many impressed locals quickly headed to the comment section to share heir thoughts with the determined young farmer
A young farmer recently left locals marvelling after she shared a clip of herself lifting a huge and very heavy sack filled with what must be animal feed off from a bakkie and into a warehouse on the farm land.
In the caption of the inspirational post that was made by the young farmer with the handle, @ThandoMagane, she proudly explains that she can do literally everything for herself on the farm and does not really need any help from anyone.
"When I say I got this I mean exactly that. There is nothing I can't do on my own in my business. None," she wrote.
Very soon many impressed social media users were in the comment section commending her on her hard work and refusal to back down in the face of hardship and struggle. Read a few of their heartwarming posts below:
"You are in a class of your own girl!!!"
"That time I can’t even lift a 50kg sack."
"You really Got this girl."
"I live this everyday."
"You go girl!"
"Tsala yaka mahn....#pandapushapressa."
"Thando do the thing farmer "
In similar inspiring Briefly.co.za news, a 31-year-old lady, Hlayisani Lorraine Sono, has gotten much attention on the internet after photos showing her at construction work surfaced on the internet.
Women Power Africa on their LinkedIn page said that the South African lady is also the founder of Mhani Builder Construction and Projects. According to the association, Hlayisani's company also carries out roofing and painting duties.
The 31-year-old woman encouraged women to follow after their passion irrespective of what people say. Hlayisani went further to say tell ladies never to underestimate their abilities to succeed and not to give room to any kind of intimidation.
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