Man’s story uplifts Mzansi: Raised his sisters after parents were gone

Man’s story uplifts Mzansi: Raised his sisters after parents were gone

- A local man’s personal tale of perseverance and love has warmed hearts across Mzansi

- The man, who did not want to be named, took to social media to share how he had to raise his two sisters after his dad left them and their mother passed away

- Mzansi had huge respect for his story, and the post went viral soon after it was made

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A man, who did not want to be named, shared an inspiring story via social media recently, about how he had to care for his two younger sisters growing up. He has since deleted the post, but agreed Briefly.co.za could report on the matter.

According to Sello*, “dad was never in the picture,” and his mom passed away when his youngest sister was only 8 years old.

Despite this, Sello* looked after his two sisters and made sure they had what they needed when they were growing up.

In the emotional post, Sello* spoke about his love and care for his siblings:

“I live and die for them!”

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Briefly.co.za saw that Mzansi was completely inspired by the strength and willingness of Sello*.

Man’s story uplifts Mzansi: Raised his sisters after parents were gone

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Man’s story uplifts Mzansi: Raised his sisters after parents were gone

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Source: Twitter

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Others shared similar stories of having to keep their family together, but never giving up in the face of the challenge life presented.

Man’s story uplifts Mzansi: Raised his sisters after parents were gone

Source: Twitter
Source: Twitter

Man’s story uplifts Mzansi: Raised his sisters after parents were gone

Source: Twitter
Source: Twitter

Sello* was humbled by the overwhelming response to his story, and thanked all those who commented some kind words and gave their support.

*Not his real name.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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