- A local woman has inspired Mzansi with a few charming snaps of her humble dwelling
- The hardworking mom is certainly proud of all she has achieved for herself and definitely not shy about flaunting it
- Mzansi social media users were motivated by the self-assured woman and took to the comments section to wish her well
A beautiful woman has taken to social media, celebrating the incredible purchase of her first-ever home.
While it may not look like much to some people, the humble homestead is the pride and joy of Twitter user, @Slie25242892. The hardworking mom of two is certainly self-assured in what she has been able to accomplish for her little family.
"To someone it's small. To me it's a big win. KwaMaNtuli," she captioned the heartfelt post.
Mzansi social media users were impressed by the woman's confidence in her humble achievements and took to the comments section to wish her well. Some commended the hard worker for not giving in to unhealthy social media standards.
Check out some of the responses below:
"House warming party yona?"
@Lebo_Ink has some advice:
"Congratulations, your home is beautiful.This is a big win, don't ever downplay your wins due to social media standards"
"I see NOTHING small here. Well done."
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that BI Phakathi, South Africa's faceless philanthropist, has helped another citizen of South Africa who deserved it.
BI encountered an old lady struggling with a bag on her back and asked her where she was going. She replied that she was heading to the dump. He asked if she was hungry and she said that she'd like some bread.
They went to a couple of stores before they found one that sold bread and he bought her a loaf and a cold drink. He also blessed her with over R1 000.
While he was handing her the cash she kept asking, "Who are you?" She was stunned by his generosity. He then escorted her to the dump, they talked the whole way there.
Facebook users loved the video and showed it with almost 10 000 relations and over a thousand comments.
"You are doing God's work and are truly blessed. Your love for all is truly a joy to watch and your humble giving is a gift. May you touch more hearts and my one from a Jamaican in London."
"I liked it when the lady asked her, 'Is this your mother?' "
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