Proud Female Plumber Sthando Cele Wants to Open Doors for Women

  • Sthando Cele is a proud female plumber who excels at her job and takes pride in getting dirty for a living
  • She came from a very poor family where everyone looked down on them and she vowed to change the situation
  • She saved money to study as a Maskandi singer and said that plumbing has become her first love

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By Zakithi Dlamini – Freelance Journalist

Getting dirty is never a problem for Shando Cele, who excels at plumbing. The 29-year-old diva has brought pride to the Mzansi women.

Proud female plumber Shando Cele wants to open doors for women
Sthando Cele proves that no task is too big for a woman. She is a proud plumber and urged other women to pursue careers in the field as well. Image: Included
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Stando is a proud female plumber who can solve any plumbing problem. According to her, no job is too big for a woman.

Speak with Short newsShando said after several failed attempts to find work at various companies, she decided to try the plumbing business in 2015 and she’s been doing an excellent job ever since.

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“Men need to know that there is nothing imbokodo cannot do. We are not called imbokodo for nothing. If we can give birth, what can stop us from doing any kind of work?” asked Stando.

This hardworking woman has stood up against all odds because she came from a very poor environment. Her situation at home in Mzumbe near Port Shepstone was difficult and people looked down on them for how poor they were. Stando saved money to study plumbing by singing as a Maskandi musician.

“I have sworn I will change the situation at home. I am not afraid of challenges. I deal with large machines such as rock crushers, hand-held jackhammers and others. I break big rocks because I can.

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“I believe I will never fail. My hard work is paying off as I slowly change our situation at home.”

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The dynamic mother of two is working to own a nationally recognized business that will open doors for Mzansi women. She has encouraged more women to take on the man’s world and use their skills rather than wait to submit their resumes.

“It’s time for women to rely on themselves and not their partners or baby dads. I would like to see more women take up plumbing work as there are very few in this industry. We are the rocks of the land. Siyimbokodo,” she said.

“My heart is full”: Farm owner shows off success, helps empower other women

Another intrepid woman shows another male-dominated industry flame.

@Funzi_Funzi is sure pave the way for other women in her industry, sharing photos of the incredible harvest she’s been able to achieve with a little hard work. In addition, the pioneering businesswoman provides her community with basic food and job security.

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The farmer shared the beautiful news with her followers when she captioned it her mail:

“My heart is full.”

The catalog of inspiring images shows the young woman’s workers sorting the freshly harvested pumpkin and a cheerful delivery man on the back of his truck. The farmland is nothing short of idyllic as blue skies kiss the lush green grass.

Mzansi’s social media users were impressed and praised the young woman for continuing to farm for the black community. Some felt it was a skill that had been stolen and were happy to see black farmers in action.

Check out some of the comments below:

@China_Aphane said:

“Let’s feed the nation.”

@Bonolo_Motlatsi said:

‘This is amazing. Where do you live?’

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Source: Shortly.co.za

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