LOOK: Transitioning From Slayqueen To farming

LOOK: Transitioning From Slayqueen To farming

A young South African woman recently took to social media to shed light on the realities of working in agriculture, leaving social media users in awe of her dedication to her job.

Transitioning from glamour to the farm, @gorgeous_lianah shared a TikTok video showcasing herself in a casual and girly outfit, admitting that such looks were only a small fraction of her life—about 1%, to be precise. The video swiftly shifts to various clips of @gorgeous_lianah hard at work on the farm, donning overalls and gumboots as she handles various agricultural tasks, including operating heavy machinery, tending to sheep, and performing farm duties.

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Netizens were inspired by her ability to balance femininity with labor-intensive work, praising her as a role model. Many comments poured in, expressing admiration and gratitude for her dedication and work ethic.

“Mna ngikthanda mase uyojabula ubomthinta sambe nawe syoncebeleka mtakwethu,” commented Mkabayi kaJama️.

“What a role model you are we thank you so much keep up the good work god bless you,” wrote 911.

“African woman so strong ❤️❤️❤️,” added andile.

“I’m inspired currently doing my Second year of Diploma in Agriculture ❤️,” responded Thandiswa _mbali.

“Wemama, ngicela ube umkami,” chimed in Muzi123445.

“This is a good example of working and enjoying your life,” noted Nando Fabio.

“Good hustle mama keep it up,” encouraged GEBA 3.

“99% power and prosperity,” praised Bongani Dlamini.

“Hey mama, if you don’t mind me asking, but did you study for this? Asking because I’m also interested and would like to do the same thing,” inquired Bubbles.

In another inspiring story, Briefly News reported on Kamvelihle Mpayipeli, a young woman in Keiskammahoek, Eastern Cape, who is thriving in various business endeavors, including running a chicken farm. Sharing her journey on the Agriculture and Young Facebook page, Mpayipeli advises young people to start with what they have. She established her poultry business, Silumko Poultry Farm, in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic, exemplifying resilience and entrepreneurial spirit.

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