On Saturday, South Africa’s newly elected president, Cyril Ramaphosa was inaugurated. However, the day belonged to a young pilot, Major Mandisa Mfeka who stole the headlines as she made history.
Mfeka, 29, became South Africa’s first black female fighter pilot as she led a team flyover to mark President Ramaphosa’s inauguration at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria.
— Khusela Diko🇿🇦 (@KhuselaS) May 25, 2019
Major Mfeka joined the South African Air Force (SAAF) in 2008, receiving her wings in 2011 after a year at the Central Flying School in Langebaan in the Western Cape.
#SAInauguration19 Those who say it can not be done, should not interrupt #Women doing it.. Thank you Major Mandisa Mfeka @Mandz_NM for being the epitome of Women excellence. Impossible is Nothing!! ❤️🇿🇦 pic.twitter.com/DgEePHEQDs
— Nkululeko Ngubane (@Nkulie14) May 25, 2019
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