Man honours "super hero" woman who raised him after parents died

Man honours "super hero" woman who raised him after parents died

- A man took to social media to gush about a woman who is very important to him

- The lady, Maria Scott, raised him after his parents passed away

- The story warmed the hearts of social media users across the country

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A man, Vincent Madaray, took to Facebook to post a touching message on the #ImStaying group. Madaray posted a photo of his mother, Maria Scott.

Madaray revealed Scott, whom he dubbed his "super hero mother", raised him after his parents passed away.

The post read:

"Meet my super hero Mother Maria Scott. My parents past away when I still young. She has been my mum ever since. She has her biological son but you cannot tell the difference with her love for both of us. South Africa is full of beautiful caring people. Mama Maria is living proof of that. Love you Mama."

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Man honours "super hero" woman who raised him after parents died

Man honours "super hero" woman who raised him after parents died. Photo credit: Vincent Madaray/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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Needless to say, the post tugged on Mzansi's hearts.

Nkulie Myekeni commented: "God bless you mama."
Yoliswa Simanga added: "Send my love and kisses to this beautiful, pure hearted mom and tell her I love her."
Beverley Gouws said: "Isn't that wonderful and today you are a doctor. Mamma Maria must be so proud."
Lenie Stander wrote: "Now you got me all teary up! I am sure your mama is so proud of you."

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported earlier that a young woman honoured her "second mother" with a photo-shoot inspired by her culture.

The photos inspired social media users who said it represented the South Africa they wanted to live in.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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