- Meet Zamanzini Philisiwe Zungu, a female civil engineer who is building her own home
- Zungu was photographed laying bricks at her home as she expanded the structure
- People were inspired by the hard-working woman and applauded her hustle online
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Who says women can't do the same jobs as men? One lady, Zamanzini Philisiwe Zungu, is proving that women can succeed in industries dominated by men.
Zungu is an engineer who decided to expand her house's structure. Instead of hiring a builder, the inspiring lady took on the physical work herself.
She shared photos of her handiwork on Facebook and captioned the post:
"This is what I am good at."
Another woman, Nompilo Majozi, then decided to share Zungu's story on the #ImStaying Facebook page.
"If this doesn't inspire you, then I don't know what will. Sis studied civil engineering at FET, now look what she's doing in her home. Her name is Zamanzini Philisiwe Zungu...I'm so proud to be a woman!"
South Africans were inspired by Zungu's hustle and they applauded her in the comment section.
Andiswa Nyamla commented:
Florence Nyathi Mtebule wrote:
"Setting the bar so high, strongs my sister never look back!"
Seggie Chetty added:
"Well done, we applaud you sister."
Lidia Momsen said:
"Well done. She's a good example for all of us!"
Having one's own house is one of the best feelings for many. No wonder a Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @Folarinn___ shared photos of his new building near completion with excitement.
Legit.ng reported that the house owner said that his building will be ready by September. In a subsequent tweet, he replied to those (contractors) who have been sending bids to him, asking them to forward to his mail.
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Many people who reacted to the tweet did not only commend his achievement, they also commented about various parts of the building that wowed them. They asked where they could get the same.
@Folarinn___ attached four pictures that gave a full frontal view of the new building. There are heaps of sand in the first frame, showing that there are still ongoing construction works.
The beauty of the building could arguably compete with historical masterpieces like Barcelona Pavilion in Spain and Villa Savoye in France.
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