A man was photographed standing at a traffic light, holding a sign that asked for work. An update to the story revealed he had been successful in his job hunt.
A man, who has been identified as Neels, took to the streets to find a job. His story was shared on Twitter by a man, Chippie, who goes by the handle @ChippieViz.
A photo shows Neels standing with a sign reading:
"I am looking for a driver job. Driver code 14 PDP. Do Cross Border."
A day after posting the photo online, Chippie gave an update, revealing Neels had been employed.
"Neels was not at the robot this morning... he was AT WORK! He took up a post in Kempton Park this morning. He is so grateful to every person who shared, commented, called and stopped to chat. He said, 'Even Europa called, can you believe it?' " he said.
Chippie added: "Thank you from the bottom of my heart to each and every soul who played a part in this happy ending. You are beautiful."
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi rallied together to help a security guard begging at traffic light.
A video has been shared on social media showing a security guard begging for food and a job at a traffic light. He was holding his qualifications with him in the hopes that someone would offer him a job.
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