Twenty first century is getting interesting everyday as our women now have freedom to choose their career choice. I could remember back in the ancient period when female children are not allowed or have limited liberty in making certain decision concerning what they want to be in life.
Civilization and as well technology have opened our eyes and made it possible for the girl child not to be retired as house wives but rather contribute their own quota in human development. We are happy that today, a lot ladies are into professional career like Medicine, Engineering, Law, etc and they are all giving their person. The good thing is that most are not distracted by their beauty.
Similar to this, we spotted a female engineer why surfing the internet and in my opinion she is the the most beautiful civil Engr in the whole of South Africa. Siphokazie is a talented girl who didn't got carried away by her cuteness but rather decided to give back to the society by choosing and reading a wonderful course.
However, she is too pretty that when you see her you might be forced to advice her to look into modelling or any other entertainment work available as she will excel there too. But on the second thought we must all have to respect his choice of being an Engineer.
What's your take on this?
Can you allow this angel build your house?
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