Proud lady pays tribute to her successful mother living with HIV

Proud lady pays tribute to her successful mother living with HIV

- Mbali Ndlovu is a Durban-based lady

- She paid a heartfelt tribute to her mom, who has overcome her HIV-positive status to succeed in life

- She said her mom has 3 cars and 4 properties

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A Durban-based woman has paid a heartfelt tribute to her mom who overcame her HIV-positive status to achieve success in life.

Mbali Ndlovu took to Twitter recently to post a picture of her mom and an unknown person, Briefly.co.za gathered. She wrote:

On world's Aids day mom decided to celebrate living with HIV since 2005 by buying herself a car. 1 December 2018 she bought her 3rd car. Just 2 months ago she bought her 4th property. Mom is the most profound, down to earth person I know. Even though she drives me crazy.

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Mbali's tribute — and her mom's achievements as well — are truly inspirational. Mbali is lucky to have such an exemplary mom.

Mothers often leave a lasting positive impression on their kids. Recently, Briefly.co.za shared the story of acclaimed South African novelist Siphiwe Mahala.

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When Mahala graduated with a PhD in English from UNISA he sent his mom a touching tribute — even though she had passed away 32 years ago.

He posted his PhD certificate on Twitter and captioned it, "Mama, I know you've been sleeping for 32 years, but please read this."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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