- Omphemetse Seema is a 21-year-old female truck driver in Mzansi whose passion has left many inspired
- Social media user @mafizzy_jhb shared Omphemetse’s story online, asking peeps to show her some love
- Mzansi people flooded the comment section with kind messages, letting the young female truck driver know what an inspiration she is
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Times are changing, and jobs that were once only for men are now being slain by women. Omphemetse Seema is a 21-year-old female truck driver in Mzansi who has caused hype on social media.
While truck driving is still very much a male-dominated industry, women in Mzansi are slowly breaking into it and proving they are fit for the position.
“Youngest C14 Driver goes by the name Ophemetse, show her some love #truckdriver #code14 #mafizzy_jhb #fyp #trending #tata #2022tiktok @mafizzy_jhb”
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Briefly News found out that Omphemetse’s dream is to one day own her own truck and start her own business. She is currently saving for her first truck, and we have no doubt that her dreams will one day come true!
The people of Mzansi show Omphemetse made love, sending her trending
Seeing young women take on jobs like truck driving is always a hype. People love seeing women rising and proving their worth.
The comment section was quickly filled with words of encouragement and support for the amazing young woman. Get ‘em gurl!
Take a look at some of the awesome comments:
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“It's your protective and encouraging voice behind her for me. That there she goes melted my heart! You are appreciated abuti.”
“We are proud of you. Omphemetse show them that you can do it.”
“Queen. for code 14 aphi amajita alibele ekhoneni notshwala vuka muntu omnyama.”
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In related news, Briefly News previously reported that, meet Nomusa Caroline Hlongwane, a 59-year-old South African woman who became a truck driver in 1990 and Shoprite’s first female truck driver in 2007.
Becoming a truck driver was not always Nomusa’s dream, she wanted to be a teacher. However, jobs were few and times were tough, and her husband convinced her to give driving a shot – everything else was history.
Since joining the Shoprite Group back in 2007, Nomusa made such a great impression with her work ethic and nurturing personality that she was offered a driver trainer position in 2010, and took it.
Source: Briefly News