- Young sports presenter, Lindiwe Dube, wowed Mzansi when she revealed how she built her mother a beautiful home
- Dube has also been rewarded by winning a prestigious award and earning R250 000
- The SuperSport presenter grew up in a shack in a squatter camp and shared photos of the old and new homes
Lindiwe Dube is living proof that all things are possible with hard work and dedication.
From humble beginnings, Dube is making a name for herself on South African television screens.
Dube enjoyed cameos at Y-Fm and was eventually selected by SuperSport for their intern programme.
Now, the young sports presenter wowed Mzansi on two occasions this month.
About a fortnight ago, Dube shared a stunning surprise as she built her mother a home.
She shared the news via Twitter and included photos of her old residence and the new one.
The first photo reveals her upbringing in a shack based in the Chris Hani squatter camp in Daveyton.
However, the second pic showed off the magnificent new home that was built.
Briefly.co.za noted the huge impact it had as the post has been liked more than 24 000 times!
Hundreds of positive comments were made as well and the inspirational impact was clear for all to see.
Dube revealed that the cost of labour and material amounted to approximately R200 000.
The goodwill didn’t end there for the Dube family as more great news was shared on Sunday.
Dube was also honoured with the 2019 PSL Chairman Award on Sunday as her outstanding work has been recognised.
Dube received a cheque to the value of R250 000 from PSL chairman, Dr Irvin Khoza.
Incredibly, her prize money was just a little more than what it cost her to honour her parents with the new home.
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