Jozi's hero sandwich seller urges Saffas, to stay home and reflect

Jozi's hero sandwich seller urges Saffas, to stay home and reflect

- One of Jozi's sandwich makers shared an inspirational tweet on Wednesday

- He revealed that he'd be adversely affected due to the 21-day lockdown, but still needed to take care of his employees

- However, he called on others to rally together and emerge even stronger

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South Africans are braced for the nationwide lockdown, which is set to commence from Thursday at midnight.

It will undoubtedly have an effect on everyone and many small businesses will face significant pressures.

In light of this, one of Johannesburg's premier sandwich providers took to social media to share an inspirational message.

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Twitter user Itumeleng (@sandwich_kiing) explained how the lockdown would affect his business.

Effectively, the situation will mean zero income for the period. However, Itumeleng explained that he still has to take care of his employees.

Despite the huge challenge, he called on others to remain positive and emerge stronger once the crisis has been overcome.

Briefly.co.za noted the huge response and tweeps admired the entrepreneur's tenacity and kind nature.

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Baas Willem (@wmacgwenzi) said,

"Salute to you buddy. You are doing your bit and believe me it's a lot. We are all taking a hit left right centre but it is what it is.. Lets live to eat another one of your nton nton..(still owe a visit). We have to come out the other side breathing. To build again. Be safe."

Nicolamazibuko (@nikitahmazibuko) added,

"A king is what you are."

PHAPHAMA (@PHASTARICO) said,

"Im proud of you I wish LORD may bless you more."

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported on the patriotism displayed by coal truck driver Alfred Moraba.

Moraba vowed to serve the country by delivering the coal needed to keep our lights on and his social media post started trending.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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