- A young woman took ownership of a BP garage at the age of 27
- What makes her story remarkable is that her dad was a petrol attendant
- She now employs over 25 people and is an inspiration to Mzansi
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Blessings Ramoba shared an inspirational story on Twitter of how Nomuphila Khumalo, the daughter of a petrol attendant, is now the proud owner of her own BP garage.
She employs 25 people and was only 27 when she bought the business.
"Meet Nomuphila Khumalo, owner of a BP garage in Durban. Her father was a petrol attendant, now she owns a BP garage with a PnP Express store in Durban hiring 25 people.
"This was 27-year-old Nokuphila Khumalo when she got the business. Big ups to Nokuphila."
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Nokuphila commented on the post and said that she is now 31 and has hired five more employees since lockdown.
Social media users were amazed at the young woman's accomplishment:
In other news, stunning images of a female Ghanaian police officer have evoked pleasant commentaries after her photos were shared on social media to celebrate her birthday.
In spite of the novel coronavirus pandemic that has greatly impacted social activities, many have found reason to celebrate the special moment with loved ones.
In honour of the beautiful police officer's momentous occasion, admirable images of the beautiful police offer were shared online.
The policewoman, who was identified as Efya Little, wore broad smiles as she posed for the camera in her police uniform with matching nose mask.
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