- A dedicated civil servant has taken to Twitter to share photographs of the work that she does every day
- South Africans could not be prouder @ThembiNdw1 after she shared snaps of the duties she fulfils while at the hospital
- The cricket fan and wine connoisseur can be seen beaming in the 3 photos and is pictured with a newborn baby which she helped deliver
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A passionate nurse has gone onto Twitter to show Mzansi some of her daily achievements and peeps have praised her dedication and hard work.
Twitter user @ThembiNdw1 shared three photos to her timeline; one with a newborn baby, one of the instruments used to deliver babies, and the third one of her beaming into the camera.
@ThembiNdw1 caption the post:
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“The face. The instruments and the end product. #DailyVictory”
“Love and dedication written all over your face sis.”
“So many scissors in frame 2, are those even scissors or what? Keep up the good work sisi.”
“Beautiful ne product Sister T.”
“Keep up the good work.”
“Thank you for your service.”
“Yoooh the instruments bring back bad memories.”
“Can't I get frame 3 without frame 2.”
“If the Product Would See The Face Before Being The Product IT would Pass Out.”
“Frame 1 will forever be legendary.”
Woman shares strength of being a nurse: "Thank you for your dedication"
Previously Briefly News wrote a story about healthcare professionals who are the strangers we depend on at our most vulnerable times.
Many tend to judge those on the frontline and question their career choices and nurses are often at the receiving end of doubt.
Slindile Nokubonga Majola is one nurse who is trying to break that stereotype by showing her love, passion and strength for her chosen career path.
Slindile shared a gorgeous selfie with a powerful caption to the #ImStaying group on Facebook recently.
Being a nurse means to hold your own tears and start drawing smiles on people's faces... I love my profession. #Im_staying"
Source: Briefly News