- A lady took to the #ImStaying group to share the story of an inspiring "mama"
- The woman, Nomsa Fikile Shibambo, shared photos of a gogo who drives the Gautrain Sandton buses
- Her story inspired Mzansi and social media users dubbed the woman a real "boss lady"
A beautiful lady, Nomsa Fikile Shibambo, shared the inspiring story of a gogo on Wednesday. She revealed that the "mama" - who she does not name - drives the Gautrain Sandton buses.
Shibambo started off her post with:
"Why I'm staying? It's women like mama who drives the Gautrain Sandton buses that inspire us young women never to look down on ourselves. It's women like her that give us five minute life lessons and lectures on humility and respect for ourselves as well as others."
Shibambo revealed the bus-driving gogo always encourages young women to keep on pushing and her smile is infections.
The stunning lady revealed the gogo's warmth and smile helps her get ready to face anything every day.
"And, the fact that she drives a bus makes her a boss lady!" she added.
Take a look at the post below:
South Africans were inspired by the story and they applauded the gogo in the comment sections.
Tafadzwa Chingono commented:
"She is such a lovely woman. She helped me when I didn't know which bus to take to Rivonia. I will never forget her words to me, she said, 'You will never be lost around here as long as I'm still alive'. Bless her lovely soul."
Boitumelo Mogoregi said:
"Such a humble being umama. Took a ride with her from Midrand to the Mall of Africa."
Noludwe Pelisa Ntsangani added:
"Wow! How precious is this."
Briefly.co.za previously reported on another inspiring elderly lady. A man, Abongile Bhele, shared a touching photo of an elderly lady who used her own time to fix the gravel roads.
Bhele revealed the gogo is 80 years old but it doesn't stop her from trying to make the community she lives in a better place.
His post read:
"This is why I'm a staying. Early on Sunday morning before this elderly woman (80 yrs) go to church she chooses to help fix the gravel roads in her vicinity. Her answers upon asking why is she doing so were all positive, mentioned that it's time residents start assisting where they can making our communities habitable and safe."
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