African woman single-handedly renovates her own house and built extension

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A 26-year-old South-African feminine engineer from Pietermaritzburg stood out final month when the nation celebrated Women’s Month.

Photos of her mixing the cement, measuring and stacking the constructing blocks with out assist, went viral on numerous social media platforms, warming hearts and upsetting admiration.

The educated civil engineer Zama Philisiwe Zungu inherited the eagerness for building from her father, who can be a builder, in response to studies. She then enrolled on the Umgungundlovu TVET College in her house metropolis in 2014.

The cause why Zungu received the admiration of many individuals is the truth that the constructing work is a male-dominated area of labor, which calls for numerous power and abilities.

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“This is what I am good at. Renovating my home is very fun and exciting at the same time, practicals are more fun than theory,” Zungu reportedly mentioned.

Her ambition is to own a building firm and empower extra girls within the engineering trade.

“Always put your best in everything that you do, never underestimate the power of pouring your heart in what you do. Always seek to improve and empower yourself,” Zungu suggested different girls.

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