- A young South African woman recently headed online to proudly celebrate the opening of her very own wine bar
- In the caption of the post, which includes stunning pics, she says it is a dream come true for her after long years of hard work
- Many of her friends and followers were uber impressed and showered her with support in the comment section of the post
Watching a dream become reality is something that everyone in the world should experience. A young lady recently had this experience after she got to realise her dream of opening her very own wine bar.
Heading online, the young lady with the Twitter handle, @Siwela_Masoga, shared snaps of the stunning wine bar where people can sit down with a tall glass of the good stuff and relax. In the caption of the post, she also explained that opening a wine bar had always been a dream of hers.
"A dream come true, yes I did it," she wrote, obviously very proud of herself.
South Africans were very proud too and reacted to the post over 4k times. Many of them headed to the comment section to celebrate her success. Read a few of their heartfelt and thoughtful comments below:
"Congratulations black woman... Women of this country are marching on. Just yesterday we had one making history in the banking sector."
"Congratulations black child, may your stars shine even brighter."
"Where is your wine farm? I'd like to go for wine tasting and support?"
"Continue to conquer, black child."
In similar inspiring Briefly.co.za news, another young South African man is managing to succeed against all odds. The young man with the Twitter handle @MuffinKing shared an inspirational post about the humble beginnings of his muffin business and how brilliantly it's going now.
The post consists of two snaps - one that shows him at the start of his venture dressed dapperly in a suit and tie as he sells his muffins on the road, and the second picture is of his very own brand of muffin mixture which he had created and developed himself.
"How it started vs How it's going," he proudly captioned the snaps.
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