- A small potatoes distributor took to social media to ask God and her people for prays of success on her business
- Social media user @Sistren_Bee shared a picture of what seems to be her product and asked for a blessed season
- People reached out to the businesswoman, asking her for details as they would like to support her business
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Social media has definitely become a place where people can reach out for pretty much anything. A sweet lady turned to her community to ask for prayer over her business.
Times are tough and a lot of people are living on prayers and generosity. Seeing people come together to help others, reminds us of the power of Ubuntu.
By the looks of the post, the lady sells potatoes and is ready to make things happen. Sisi, we wish you all the best!
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“God bless my hustle ”
Mzansi shower the businesswoman with blessings and prayers
People came together to help this lady pray for the success of her business and growth beyond measure. They want to see her win.
The comment section was quickly flooded by the kindest messages filled with love and support for the woman.
Take a look at some of the comments
“How much is a bag of potatoes would like to support you or can you be my supplier?”
“Where are you distributing and how can those with funds patron?”
@Khule_Nene got on it:
“I’d like to order a pallet, where are you based?”
Female farmer explains how she got into the business, gives advice to young girls
In other boss babe news… Briefly News previously reported that some time ago, we wrote a piece about a female farmer, @Keneilwe_farmerette, who took some snaps with her squad.
Her squad turned out to be cows and she is a farmer. Briefly News got in contact with her and asked her how she got into farming, what her plans are for the future, what she thinks about the country and if she had any advice for young girls.
She revealed that her father's best friend was a farmer and she had followed him everywhere. Growing up, she never thought that she'd become a farmer but she had learned so much that it came naturally to her.
Source: Briefly News