Man Who Inherited Just 2 Cows From His Grandfather Now Has 16, Mzansi Applauds

Man Who Inherited Just 2 Cows From His Grandfather Now Has 16, Mzansi Applauds

  • A man took to social media to put on full display the exceptional breeder he is, noting how he increased the cows he inherited from two to a herd of 16
  • As can be expected, many Twitter users were impressed and raised a glass to @DlalaChampion for the remarkable growth
  • The tweet gathered over 21 000 likes, more than 1 200 retweets and had almost 150 comments, no mean feat for someone focused on swelling his ranks

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One Mzansi man has turned into a cow breeder of note and he has 16 of the milk-producing mammals, eight times as many as what he inherited from his grandfather, to show for it.

The formidable farmer took to social media to share the news with his followers and, sure, many other Twitter users beamed in delight.

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A man has heads turning on social media as a formidable cattle breeder after he increased the two cows he inherited to 16. Image: @DlalaChampion/ Twitter.
Source: Twitter

Saffas could not wrap their heads around what they were seeing, courtesy of a picture that was shared of the burgeoning breed.

@DlalaChampion took to the social networking platform and shared an image with the caption:

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"My grandfather left me with 2 cows, now I have 16."

Needless to say, a flurry of comments soon followed, unearthing a bevy of simply pleased and pleasantly surprised onlookers.

The tweet gathered over 21 000 likes, more than 1 200 retweets and had almost 150 comments, no mean feat for someone focused on swelling his ranks.

Briefly News took a look at the comments and it is true to say there were plenty of interesting reactions.

Mzansi tweeps full of praise

@LDMonyethabeng said:

So, you are owning Orlando Pirates? Wow, chairman."

@Morake_letebele shared:

"My grandfather left me two cow's but one was [slaughtered for] his funeral and the other one for his unveiling."

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@tiisetjo134 joked:

"Please borrow me eight, I'll return them tripled."

@KAYBEEZ_24 advised:

"Keep on going, my king. It is not all of us who got that chance, so, you need to regard yourself as lucky."

@bizawe2 plotted:

"We can make a lot of money together. Hire the cows out for lobola negotiations. Once a person receives his bride, the cows disappear."

Bae got the land: South Africans celebrate with woman who purchased her plot

In other inspirational news, Briefly News previously reported that destiny called for one social media user who had South Africans singing her praises after she did the right thing and secured a plot of land.

@Dipuo1026 shared a picture of her new prized possession with her Twitter users and South Africans broke out in celebration for the land bae.

In classic Mzansi fashion, social media users flooded to the comments section to partake in the town talk.

The post attracted almost 12 000 likes and had more than 200 people commenting on it less than six hours since it was shared.

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Tshepiso Mametela Tshepiso Mametela is a seasoned journalist with eight years of experience writing for online and print publications. He is an evening/weekend editor at Briefly News. He was a general news reporter for The Herald, a senior sports contributor at Opera News SA, and a reporter for Caxton Local Media’s Bedfordview and Edenvale News and Joburg East Express community titles. He has attended media workshops, including the crime and court reporting one by the Wits Justice Project and Wits Centre for Journalism in 2024. He was a member of the Forum of Community Journalists (FCJ) from 2018 to 2020.

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