Woman elevates from selling sweets on the street to becoming a teacher

Woman elevates from selling sweets on the street to becoming a teacher

- Social media users were left inspired by a woman's success story

- The story was shared by her proud daughter

- The daughter explained that her career path was inspired by her mother

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A woman took to social media to praise her mother and share her success story. The super mum went from selling sweets on the street to becoming a qualified teacher.

Mohau Cool Mohh Tutubala took to the ‎#ImStaying group to share the inspiring story. She described her mother as having gone through a hard upbringing and ended up selling sweets to support them.

"She started working at a farm school with just matric during those times and when they were about to be phased out."
Mother's rags-to-riches story inspires Mzansi social media users

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The determined woman took advantage of the government's help to further her education and eventually graduated as a teacher.

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"I am staying because she is the motivation I needed to also become a teacher and now am a DH at my school."

The rags-to-riches story inspired many social media users. Facebook user Mabina Tsheli Ntsheledi said:

"She looks beautiful."

Vicky Maruping said:

"Beautiful words of appreciation Tsala.TRUE MOTHERHOOD!"

Martin Williams said:

"She is awesome and big inspiration for many of us... love this with my all."

Carmen Nel said:

"Inspirational."

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In other news, a woman from the United States has expressed her gratitude to God for becoming a lawyer, a dream her mother left unfulfilled.

The woman identified as Carmen Y Day said her grandmother, who didn't own a pair of shoes until she was 7, moved her young family from Puerto Rico to Camden, New Jersey, over 40 years ago.

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She said she struggled through early life and dropped out of college twice, but she kept persisting.

Carmen said: "I was born the second child to a 17-year-old mother and an incarcerated father. From a young age, I aspired to be a lawyer, a dream my mom left unfulfilled.

"I struggled through early life, was a juvenile delinquent, and 2x college drop-out. Still, I persisted."

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