- Mzansi is impressed with Deputy Minister of Social Development Hendrietta Bogopane Zulu
- She worked with Old Mutual to provide children with child-friendly face masks, hand sanitisers, mattresses, fogging spray and thermometers
- Social media users used the hashtag HendriettaBogopane to heap praise on her
Mzansi is loving Hendrietta Bogopane Zulu, the Deputy Minister of Social Development has been busy making children a priority.
Social media users took to Twitter to praise her for he hard work and she was trending on Twitter with tweeps using the hashtag #HendriettaBogopane.
She partnered with Old Mutual who helped to provide children with child-friendly face masks, hand sanitisers, mattresses, fogging spray and thermostats.
A video has been uploaded of Bogopane kindly helping young children to fir their masks to their faces properly.
"Nothing warms children’s heart than seeing a mother wanting to see them in good & safe hands. Great initiative #HendriettaBogopane"
"We all know how pandemic last year affecting the lives of people, it is really amazing what Mama #HendriettaBogopane is doing for the people."
"Education is really important. Children need education to grow up and create a better life for themselves. Mama #HendriettaBogopane is going all out as the Deputy Minister of Social Development, to create a better country for us"
"Big thank you to Old mutual and Deputy Minister of Social Development Ms Henrietta Bogopane Zulu for taking care of the kids by handing over child-friendly masks, hand sanitisers, mattresses, fogging sprays and temperature thermometers. Kindness at its best#HendriettaBogopane."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Yvonne Shabangu is a bright young South African woman who refused to let various life obstacles stand in her way of bagging her Master's degree in law and achieving her destiny. Speaking to Briefly.co.za, she shared her journey to success.
"I studied law because of the passion that I have for serving people, either from a social perspective or from a business perspective. One thing about law, no matter the area of practice, the main focus is always ensuring that the client gets quality services and is assisted according to their needs.
"And I love to see people happy. Secondly I studied law because it is a very diverse profession, with a law degree you can become anything you want to be, it allows you to explore your maximum capabilities."
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