A young man wowed South Africans with a stunning mural he had done of President Cyril Ramaphosa.
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A man, David Tshabalala, posted a photo on the #ImStaying Facebook page showing the talent of a young South African artist.
He did not reveal who the young artist is, but a social media user, Nosipho Moyana Jwili, believes he might be one of Tshabalala's students.
Jwili wrote on Facebook:
"Tshabalala is a teacher. I think this guy used to be his student."
Take a look at the mural of Ramaphosa below:
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The post reached more than 19 000 reactions and South Africans expressed how impressed they are with the artist's work in the comment section.
Marlene Loftie-Eaton commented:
"Good for you. Like your art."
Pheko Desmond Methola wrote:
"This young man is good. Department of Sports arts and culture must trace him and give him jobs."
Janine Miller Katz said:
"What a talented young man. Hope he sells lots of paintings."
Meanwhile, another artist recently made headlines. Briefly.co.za reported previously Rasta had to defend himself after social media users accused him of being behind a botched statue of the late Tupac.
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