- Heading online, a young black farmer shared the news that she and a few other people have just launched their own brand of maize meal
- In her heartwarming Twitter post, she poses proudly with the big bag of maize meal
- Many South Africans are super proud and have shared a plethora of good thoughts with her in the comment section
One thing about a strong, determined, and focused black woman - she will always rise above the adversities around her. One such amazing woman is @RebeccaKwadi a female farmer and youth mentor.
Heading online, the beautiful and successful farmer shared some exciting news with her many followers - she and a few of her associates have just launched their very own brand of proudly South African maize meal.
"Launching new Kgora Maize Meal," she captioned the snaps of herself standing by the big bag of maize meal.
The post reached over 5k likes. Many proud locals also headed to the comment section to show their support for the young farmer on her new venture. Read a few of their comments below:
"Way to go Farmer. Please send us your prices. The people must eat."
"Congratulations. Bring to Spaza we Thengisa very very fast. Black power."
"We need this to be in wholesalers ASAP, for some of us who deal in the distribution food parcels whenever we get an opportunity, we must deliberately empower BLACK establishments IMMEDIATELY....#I am at my happiest when I see BLACK people winning together!!!"
"Congratulation guys, it's good to see a black child stepping up, I would suggest you make small packages as samples to promote your product on malls and spaza shops people are used to the old meal brands iwisa and others."
In similar 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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