- An inspirational woman shared her success story about finally becoming a qualified commercial pilot
- The gorgeous lady, Nonhlanhla Radebe, was happy to finally be officially a pilot, and celebrated the end of her long journey
- Netizens congratulated the ambitious go-getter on her incredible drive to achieve her professional goals
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Nonhlanhla Radebe shared her inspirational journey to becoming a pilot. The young lady finally made her dreams come true and shared her gratitude on social media.
Netizens were inspired by the young lady's story of hard work and determination. Nonhlanhla Radebe named all the important players in her journey as she expressed gratitude.
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"Here’s to new beginnings. See you in the sky again very soon. Thank you to all friends, colleagues and recruiters that have shown amazing support through another turbulent patch."
The young lady is happy to have gone through the ups and downs in her journey toward becoming a pilot. Netizens appreciate a hard-working woman's story, and the new pilot was showered with well wishes and congratulations.
Bulelani Guwa commented:
"Celebrating your success Noni. You are truly incredible "
Sibusiso Victor Masondo commented:
"Congratulations, you've always been a trendsetter! Here is to your own airline soon!"
Bhekisisa Ngomane commented:
"See you soon "
"Fresh air policy": Door ripped off British Airways plane at Cape Town Airport
Briefly News previously reported that there is never a dull moment in Mzansi. In the latest unbelievable moment, a door ripped off a British Airways plane at Cape Town International Airport on Tuesday, 25 January.
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A Twitter post shared by @IvanLeonZA stated that it was the Boeing 777's door that was forcibly removed. It was further reported that the damaged plane was booked to be used for a return flight to the UK, and passengers were moved to a later flight.
Responding to the shocking incident, which subsequently affected its customers, the airline said:
"We have apologised to our customers for the slight delay to their departure from Cape Town due to an issue with the original aircraft. Our customers are now safely on their way to London,"
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Source: Briefly News