Ubuntu: SA Comes Together to Share Help & Kind Words With Lady Who Lost Her Job

Ubuntu: SA Comes Together to Share Help & Kind Words With Lady Who Lost Her Job

- A beautiful young woman didn't get quite the reaction she thought she would get after she headed online to share how she had lost her job recently

- In her heartbreaking Twitter post, the young woman wrote that she was officially unemployed and unable to maintain herself and so she would be heading home

- Soon many kind locals headed to the comment section to either share encouraging words of support or offer to help her in any way they can

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A young woman with the handle @Zimasabuhle recently headed to Twitter where she shared a sad post about how she lost her job and became unable to take care of herself in the City of Dreams - Johannesburg.

"I am officially unemployed without any means of income. I am going back home. Thank you everyone for your kind words of encouragement and the love you have shown. If I might have not replied or acknowledged your comment I am sorry but thank you," she wrote sadly.

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Ubuntu: SA Comes Together to Share Help & Kind Words With Lady Who Lost Her Job
This young woman lost her job. Images: @Zimasabuhle
Source: Twitter

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Help pours in

Soon many locals headed to the comment section where they offered kind words and help in any way that they were able to. Read a few of their comments below:

@AnowSetai said:

"Please don’t go home as yet ... I can try help with accommodation for 2-3 months if you need one."

@JusThrone said:

"I don't mind sending you an R100 for a burger at least ulume something. No disrespect meant."

@pimperlel said:

"While at home, try Rev transcriptions. Been making extra money there. Maybe it might help"

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Briefly News also reported that the Singletons have gone through difficult times in the recent past after losing two family members to cancer. It was therefore another blow when it dawned on them that they were set to be evicted from their house on Fisher Street in Warren.

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Having rented the house they live in for 13 years, they were heartbroken to learn that the landlord intended to sell it. That would have forced them move out this summer, ejecting the family from a neighborhood the children have called home since they were young, Fox reports.

"There are so many memories here," revealed one of the children.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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