Mzansi Woman Challenges Gender Stereotypes and Slays As Miller, Inspires South African Netizens Online

Mzansi Woman Challenges Gender Stereotypes and Slays As Miller, Inspires South African Netizens Online

  • A hard-working South African woman is challenging archaic gender stereotypes and slaying in a male-dominated sector as a miller
  • In honour of Women’s Month, Nomfusi Maliti has been recognised in an online post shared by Premier FMCG, where she works
  • Commenting on the LinkedIn post, online peeps expressed how impressed they were with the lady for breaking the glass ceiling and excelling in her profession

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A Mzansi lady is totally killing it as a miller, taking the male-dominated profession by storm through her hard work and diligence.

A south African woman slays as a miller
Nomfusi Maliti slays as a female miller. Image: Premier FMCG (Pty) Ltd/LinkedIn.
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Nomfusi Maliti, who works at Premier FMCG, was honoured by the company in an online post for Women’s Month, which is observed in August in South Africa.

In the post, the perseverant woman noted that while being a miller is a tough job that involves a lot of physical labour, ladies can do anything they set their minds to:

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“People think being a miller is for men. It’s doable for women. It can be physical, but I did a lot of sports at school and am very active, so it’s easy for me to go up ladders and run up and down the stairs.”

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“Women that want to go into milling need to be good at numbers, be practical, but also think outside the box and be good at problem-solving. Most importantly, you must be open to understanding the mechanical and electrical aspects. I didn’t know anything when I started, but I was willing to learn.”

Nomfusi further notes that she enjoys being a pioneer, and inspiring women looking to take on jobs that people previously thought were only for men.

Many online peeps were wowed by a woman taking on a male-dominated role, and in the comment section, they expressed how inspired they were by the tenacious lady:

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Alissa Sahdao-Roopnarian said:

“Well done. Happy to see another woman conquering a male-dominated industry.”

David Mpana added:

“Congratulations on your milestone, Nomfusi.”

Female builders on the grind: 4 times Mzansi women in construction inspired SA taking on the heavy-duty field

Briefly News also wrote about women in Mzansi who are breaking glass ceilings and slaying in the construction industry.

Female builders work hard to put food on the table for their families, grinding tirelessly in their hard hats, often while raising kids or studying at the same time. Many of these hard-working builders inspire South Africans with their strength and determination to make something of their lives.

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