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From Italy to South Africa, this local chef shares what it's like working as a chef internationally

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34-year-old former flight attendant Tyeya Ngxola, turning her passion into her career meant pushing herself out of her comfort zone.
34-year-old former flight attendant Tyeya Ngxola, turning her passion into her career meant pushing herself out of her comfort zone.
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She considered a lot of career options.

Should she get into accounting? What would bring her the most satisfaction?

It took her a while to find the right answers to the questions, so Tyeya Ngxola became a flight attendant while she made plans for the future. 

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