SA Celebrates As Local Stunner Bags New Job: 'Beautiful Way to Wrap Up the Year!'

SA Celebrates As Local Stunner Bags New Job: 'Beautiful Way to Wrap Up the Year!'

  • A local woman has taken to the socials to celebrate bagging a new job ahead of the start of the New Year
  • The tweep's short message opened the flood gates as other online users flooded her mentions to react in kind
  • Briefly News camped inside the comments to bring readers all the lively responses to the post

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There is seemingly no better way for Saffas to sign off on what has admittedly been a challenging 2021 than with a few victories, however small they may appear to be.

Accepting this exact memo, a driven local took upon herself to not give up on the fight to secure new employment, even making sure to head to the socials to let her followers in on the handy recent development.

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A local social media user is celebrating landing a new job online. Image: @andy_thatoh
Source: Twitter

The Twitter user, @andy_thatoh, tweeted a short but assured message that immediately caught the attention of her 7 300-strong following on the social networking and microblogging platform.

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The tweet read:

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"Guys, I got the job. I'm starting tomorrow!"

The succinct text ushered in a wave of responses from other Twitter users, who flooded the newly-employed stunner's mentions with a barrage of congratulatory messages, with others even offering her some words of encouragement.

Netizens rain down the congratulations

At the time of publishing, the tweet had attracted 5 000 likes and more than 200 retweets. Below, Briefly News takes a look at all the reactions to the inspiring post.

@MABASO_DM97 wrote:

"Congratulations I also started my new job this month it's a great feeling now."

@SomeoneYouUsed8 said:

"Strive to never lose the feeling you have, it will push you through some unbearable encounters. Owww and congratulations. I should've started with that."

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@bianca_hluma added:

"Congratulations. I may not know you but I’m wishing you all the best."

Beauty celebrates bagging degree, becoming a sangoma all in 2021

Paballo, not to be mistaken with Pablo (Picasso), is a local woman who has made it her business to paint the canvas that is her social media account using her most noteworthy milestones of 2021 as a sumptuous year draws to a close.

While it's been an epic ride for many on the streets, others, like Paballo, are happy to give a healthy report on how the last 12 months have shaped up. Briefly News recently reported that her post is one of many that have cropped up on Twitter showcasing tweeps' graduations after the successful completion of their tertiary studies.

But what makes this particular stunner's social media post unique is not only the academic milestone she's checked but the fact that it was accompanied by another graduation, that of becoming a traditional healer or a sangoma – ukuthwasa.

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It is the process or period during which an initiate studying to be a diviner or traditional doctor develops the powers of a medium. Heading online using her @PabieP_ handle, she wrote:

"This year's greatest achievements."

Source: Briefly News

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