- @Mathabo__M recently received a promotion at her place of work and shared the wonderful news on Twitter
- @Mathabo__M did not give any detailed specifics about this new position, she merely said that she is now the new 'head of department'
- Most tweeps flocked to her replies section with congratulatory messages while others jokingly said they would be sending in their CVs
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@Mathabo__M shared a wonderful piece of news with her Twitter followers recently. According to the stunning young lady, she received a fantastic promotion at her place of work on Wednesday, 25 November.
@Mathabo__M says she was promoted as the new 'head of department'. She did not share any specific details about where she works or even what department she is now the head of, but that didn't bother South African tweeps.
Tweeps became elated by her amazing news and flocked to her replies section to share congratulatory messages with the new 'HoD'.
This was @Mathabo__M's original tweet:
Below are just a few of the wholesome (and some funny) messages she received from Saffa tweeps:
"Congratulations Lala, I'm happy for your progress."
"Wait for my CV via inbox."
"Hello, should I call @MercedesBenz or will you make the call and congratulations."
@im_jam_fam responded with:
"Congratulations, well done... Just after a job interview invite even."
In other news about successful women, it was recently reported on a local woman who bagged her PhD. Becoming a doctor is an achievement worthy of a big celebration since so much hard work and determination goes into reaching that goal. A young South African lady has taken to Twitter to celebrate bagging her PhD.
"You may now call me Dr. #phdlife #gradparty in a pandemic," @Miss_Lollie_M captioned the exciting Twitter post.
The post also included a picture of herself and a few of her good friends celebrating the stellar achievement by having a fun pool party - staying true to her obvious funloving and outgoing nature. Meanwhile, South Africans headed to the comment section to congratulate her on her success. Read a few of their comments below.
"Love to see it! Congratulations lovely. So well deserved."
"Also a true cheese, this is how you celebrate, gown le costume."
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