- A South African science teacher has made a name for herself after launching her very own cosmetic company
- In an inspirational post shared online, explains that the skincare line was created especially for South African skin
- Mzansi has naturally welcomed the news warmly and shared many positive thoughts about it in the comment section
It's so amazing to see young South Africans paving their way to success. A beautiful young and ambitious science teacher, Mmabatho Mashego is one of those that is quickly climbing up the ladder armed with her intelligence and her makeup.
Heading online, @Kasieconomy shared how the 28-year-old launched her very own cosmetics company which consists of a number of makeup and skincare products to meet the needs of South African makeup and skincare lovers. The young lady sells the products on a number of platforms
"Meet Mmabatho Mashego (28) A science educator who founded CREAM, A black Female owned cosmetics brand, founded by a science educator. CREAM came into inception when the need for a cosmetics brand that was created specifically for South African skin arose," the post reads.
South African tweeps really loved it and retweeted it a number of times. The post also received a number of likes from impressed Twitter users. And this is understandable since the young woman serves as proof that following your bliss, applying yourself, and working hard can really get you to amazing places - which is the exact kind of motivation and inspiration that many young South Africans really need.
In similar inspiring Briefly.co.za news, 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.
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