- A beautiful young South African woman recently shared a heartwarming post about creating more employment opportunities
- In her post, she proudly shares the news that she has just employed 16 more people at her company
- The post left locals feeling all sorts of inspired and many of them expressed this in the comment section
It's truly amazing to see how many people are following their dreams and uplifting others while they are at it. A beautiful young woman, @barbie__barbz, recently headed online to celebrate employing another 16 people at her up-and-coming and clearly already thriving skincare company.
In a truly inspiring Twitter post, Barbz celebrates the achievement by sharing a clip of herself doing a little catwalk strutting while wearing a little black dress, black kimono and some black heels to match.
"I employed 16 more people this week. God is Good," she captioned the clip.
It is no secret that Mzansi thrives off the black girl magic that is always sprinkled on their timelines. Many of them reacted to the post contributing to the whopping 10.4k views that it received. Of course, beautiful comments were shared too; read a few of them below:
"You are the best, sister. May God bless you more and more. Can you please teach me how did you make it?"
"From entrepreneur to boss lady! I stan as usual."
"My fav doing good deeds.... so love you for your kindness and being you the bubbly butterfly... May your wings spread wide all the time, be more blessed."
"Even one person its making a difference, 16 is great so may God continue to bless you."
In a similar mood-enlightening story from Briefly News, a proudly African graduate has become a source of inspiration and a good reference point as she showed off her hustle without shame. The lady, named Igbo Amarachi Esther, is fond of flaunting what she does on her Facebook wall - a look on her posts confirms this.
This time, she posted to a Facebook group named Igbo Rant HQ. In the post she made on Friday, 9 April, she shared photos where she rocked the NYSC uniform with her certificate on display and others where she was captured making the African salad.
"As I be graduate now I mistakenly submitten my CV and they called me for an interview, I am going there with two packs of #ABACHA for the CEO and manager of the company.
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