- A South African woman has helped another local lady to get a permanent job and is a true inspiration on social media
- @MetjahTebogo is receiving all the best wishes for her endeavours as she displays sincere generosity to fight joblessness
- The young woman’s selflessness in getting jobs for her peers has attracted Briefly News’ attention and we compile a few reactions
Known for her generosity, a South African media user has taken it to herself to see many of her peers getting jobs.
In her latest post, @MetjahTebogo has shared a screenshot, detailing a new employee who has just landed a permanent job.
Through her connections and help, @BoohleNonduh said she wanted to thank the young woman who is seemingly based in Limpopo according to her bio.
The freelancer at a local publication’s recent post has attracted massive reaction from fellow Twitter users and Briefly News takes a look.
“You are fighting unemployment sthandwa. God blessings and favour upon you always.”
“One I will be celebrating like her.”
“You are truly doing a marvellous job thank you.”
“Keep doing great things for other kids.”
“God bless you Mtanami.”
“It is heartwarming to see this reviews congratulations.”
This website reported that sometimes love fills us with the blind naivety only given to those who are truly infatuated.
That's surely what happened to @TshepiLedwaba when she had her heart broken twice by the same deadbeat fella.
She took to sharing her hilarious story after Twitter user @Kokoleo_zn encouraged his female followers to spill the tea on a time being understanding in a relationship left them unlucky in love.
In other stories, Briefly News ran a story on a Nigerian lady who had taken to social media to announce that she was now gainfully employed.
The lady identified as Praise Atakele had gone viral sometime in March as she was captured with cardboard in hand on the streets of Abuja begging for a job.
The Master's degree holder in marketing communications on Tuesday, April 20 shared an office photo as she wore a smile.
Praise who holds a B.Sc in mass communication said some companies reached out to her after her story went viral. She however did not mention the particular company that employed her.
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