Lady reveals sister dropped out of school but hasn't told father

Lady reveals sister dropped out of school but hasn't told father

- A woman shared how her sister has dropped out of school but hasn't told their father yet

- She revealed that the family is poor but are still paying for her fees

- Mzansi social media users were ready to give her advice

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A woman has shared a sad story of how her older sister is hiding the fact that she dropped out of school, but is still receiving school fees from her dad. The worst part of the story is that her family is poor and some days they sleep with no food, trying to put the sister through school.

Twitter user Nokwandasihlon1 posted:

"My sister dropped out of school (she was actually upgrading her matric) , she hasn't told my father and I think he's still paying for the fees. Guys sometimes we don't have food at home."

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Mzansi social media users had mixed reactions about the post. Many urged her to tell her father the truth about the sister. Twitter user Bafe0809 said:

"This is the time where your conflict strength is tested. Be brave and tell daddy, you won't regret it. There might be question on how long you have known for, be ready."

While AyaWatt said:

“I think maybe make sure first. If true, then speak to your sis before you take it to your dad. You don’t want to lose the trust of 2 family members on a suspension. But if true, your sis is being selfish, give her a chance to come clean."

TweenAudrey said:

"Call your father with a private number pretend to be her teacher, ask why is she not coming to school."

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that a 10-year-old boy walks 55km to get to school every day. The young boy was spotted by a biker named Tim Burke as he was riding through the empty plains of rural Namibia. Johanas walks that trail five days a week. He usually tries to hitch-hike but walks if he can't get a ride, all to learn to read and write.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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