Female Abnormal Heavy-Duty Truck Driver Wows Mzansi With Her Skills: "You Are a True Inspiration "

Female Abnormal Heavy-Duty Truck Driver Wows Mzansi With Her Skills: "You Are a True Inspiration "

  • A South African woman took to social media to share photos of herself as a truck driver
  • The TikTok post features images of the woman in her element at a trucking depot
  • Many of the woman's followers were amazed by her job and her ability to handle massive vehicles

PAY ATTENTION: Empowering lives, one story at a time. Briefly News launched a YouTube channel Briefly TV. Subscribe now!

Nothing beats cruising around in your truck and riding above the rest of the crowd.

One SA woman knows this feeling all too well, as a heavy-duty (Code 14) truck driver.

Female heavy duty truck driver wows Mzansi with her skills
A female truck driver amazed many netizens with her profession. Image: @noxiezulu/TikTok
Source: TikTok

Female truck driver shares glimpse of her job

@noxiezulu took to TikTok to share a video of herself hard at work as a skilled truck driver.

PAY ATTENTION: Сheck out news that is picked exactly for YOU ➡️ click on “Recommended for you” and enjoy!

Read also

Woman's builds her dreams with a block of flats, Mzansi inspired

The video features several images of the woman pictured inside and outside the trucks she is tasked to drive at her job, and boy, are they massive!

These mean machines clearly don't intimidate this queen as she handles them with permission and ease on a daily basis.

Heavy-duty trucks in Mzansi

Every day, thousands of truck drivers transport goods across South Africa. According to Measured Ability, these drivers are trained and qualified to operate heavy-duty vehicles, making them essential to the country's road freight and logistics industries.

Code 14 truck drivers are specially trained to operate vehicles that carry hazardous materials. These drivers play a vital role in ensuring the safe transportation of these materials.

According to Advanced Technology Institute, women truckers choose this industry because they love the independence it affords them.

SA netizens react to the video

The trucking industry is no longer just for men and we love seeing this queen breaking gender stereotypes. Many impressed peeps showed her love in the comments section.

Read also

Gorgeous nurse has Mzansi men ready to be admitted into hospital after sharing photos of herself at work

@Xoloo-Zulu commented:

"I started off with a skills development at CTA, then a Learnership at Imperial which placed me at Goldfields for practicals, then the rest was history ."

@Thobeka@05 replied:

" So in love for girls truck driver."

@user1665377199999 said:

CHey Miss Zulu❤ I really don't wanna lieYou are a true inspiration to me..❤."

@siley♥️ replied:

"You should teach me how to drive this truck."

@Musa Mthembu said:

"Wow, congratulations you into trucking."

@Thabani Mbele793 commented:

"Respect my sister ❤️."

@bulelanibujah wrote:

"Wow, I won't rest until drive, lolii Nam."

@Telepathy reacted:

"I'm inspired ❤️."

@Bilo Em remarked:

"I’m impressed Sesi. Keep up the great work. ❤️❤️."

Female pilot shares proud moment of flying former South African president Thabo Mbeki in her plane

In more news, Briefly News reported that one woman was overjoyed and honoured to meet and fly former South African president Thabo Mbeki.

Read also

Young woman celebrates becoming a permanent nurse after 3 months of unemployment, peeps congratulate her

Thabo Mvuyelwa Mbeki is a South African politician who was the second black president of South Africa from 14 June 1999 to 24 September 2008, when he resigned at the request of his party, the African National Congress (ANC).

The female airline pilot, Refilwe Moreetsi (@pilot_mom1), posted a video of the priceless moment when Mbeki came to greet her and her co-pilot in the cockpit.

PAY ATTENTION: Сheck out news that is picked exactly for YOU ➡️ click on “Recommended for you” and enjoy!

Source: Briefly News

Nothando Mthembu avatar

Nothando Mthembu (Senior editor) Nothando Mthembu is a senior multimedia journalist and editor. Nothando has over 5 years of work experience and has served several media houses including Caxton Local Newspapers. She has experience writing on human interest, environment, crime and social issues for community newspapers. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree and an Honours Degree in Media Studies from the University of KwaZulu-Natal, obtained in 2016 and 2017. Nothando has also passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative. Email: nothando.mthembu@briefly.co.za

Online view pixel