- A South African businessman has not only made his family proud but also South Africans across the country after he hired his father to work for him
- Talifhani Banks recently employed his dad to work at his company called 'Analytics Advertising' and shared the wonderful news on social media
- South Africans were quick to rush to the young man's comments section on Facebook to congratulate him and his father as they take their new adventure on
Talifhani Banks made Mzansi proud after sharing on Facebook that he recently employed his father to work at his company. Banks' company 'Analytics Adverstising' gained their new member just recently.
According to the young businessman, it has been a dream for him to share a day like this with his dad. Banks stated that employing his father at the company is nothing less than a massive achievement for him. The caption of his post reads:
"To think that I have employed my father to work with us at Analytics Advertising is more than an achievement for me. I dreamed for days like this.
"When I say I'm hungry I mean it."
Nothing but pride from Mzansi
South African Facebook users took to Banks' comments section under the post he shared to leave messages of encouragement and well wishes. Read some of their comments below:
Sugar Phiri wrote:
"You made him the happiest and the proudest daddy. You know every parent wants his children to be better than him because during their time they never had opportunities like this, keep it up young man.
"You're a good example to most young guys who grew up with you in Louis Trichardt. I knew you had potential especially when you were playing soccer. You were such a humble soul keep it up. I'm very happy for you young man."
Marcia Lufuno Tshikovhokovho said:
"I am so proud of what you have achieved."
Sesi Confidence Samphenyane shared:
"Keep up the good work!"
In other inspirational news, Briefly News recently reported on Hjalmar Rall, a 17-year-old South African student who has already bagged his first degree.
Adjusting to varsity life
Enrolling at a university at only 14 years old posed a unique challenge for him as he struggled to fit into an institution where there were older people around him. However, he learnt to cope with the environment on campus and says:
“At the end of my second year I had settled in completely.”
Future academic plans
The young genius graduated with a BSc degree in physics at the University of Pretoria. However, he's far from done and now plans on studying towards his honours.
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