- A bright and innovative young IT technician recently started a successful vegetable business
- According to an inspirational post made online, the young lady started her business because she still wanted job security after the Covid-19 lockdown
- Many proud South Africans headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the inspirational post
Thinking ahead is the best way to avoid falling short in the future. A beautiful, innovative and smart South African woman recently thought ahead and it really meant a great deal to her. According to a post made online, she started a vegetable business.
In the post that was made by @KasiEconomy, the young woman decided that she was not going to let Covid-19 stop her from making a living, and so even though she's a qualified IT technician, she started successfully selling vegetables.
"Meet 29 year old Ntombi Mahlangu AKA Babes Wama Veggies from Mpumalanga. She's a qualified IT technician and she started to sell vegetables immediately after they imposed the lockdown. She says she always wanted to start but she had feared," @kasieconomy captioned the post.
"I'm trying put vegetables and IT together. I'm failing."
"Please respond to my e-mail."
"A child of the soil going back to her roots!"
"You looking great my sister, sometimes people buy from you because you look attractive and clean."
"Great hustling, she has no pride to sell vegetables, unlike some graduates out there. Selling vegetables can make a lot of profit."
In more inspiring Briefly.co.za news, 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.
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