When you think of an industry dominated by men, construction might be one of the first that comes to mind. Of all the people working in construction, women comprise only 10.3 percent. Even smaller is the number of women on the front lines of a job site. A lot of women are now starting to make weaves in the construction industry and this is absolutely inspiring without a doubt.
A young lady who is a successful businesswoman working in the construction industry recently left Mzansi in a frenzy as she gifted herself with a TLB than a Mercedes that she prayed for. She captioned her birthday post: "I prayed for a Mercedes as my birthday gift but God and my ancestors said “a woman must have a TLB” To God and my ancestors ngyabonga mina🤝🙌🏾♥️ as I turn a year older 🍷👑".
Her post as she received well wishes for her birthday, left many people especially other women, inspired by her remarkable hustle. Isn't this just very interesting and inspiring? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below, like and don't forget to hit the share button.
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