Single mom of 3 shows off township home, gives Saffas hope in lockdown

Single mom of 3 shows off township home, gives Saffas hope in lockdown

- Nomvula, a single mom of three, proudly showed off her township home

- She had encouraging words for people who were struggling during lockdown

- Daniel Brink posted the video to Facebook and asked anyone who wanted to help people like Nomvula to contact him

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A proud mom of three shed, Nomvula, showed off her township home online. She gushed as she gave the cameraman a tour of her humble abode.

She explained, with a beaming smile on her face, that this was her home. She shared her bedroom with her children, which also serves as their bathroom where they wash.

"As small as it is, it's actually big. I can invite people here, ladies from church - they dwell here, we worship here, we pray in this house and we have fellowship together."

Briefly.co.za learned that there is no hot water, she uses the kettle or stove to heat water for cooking or bathing. A small tub is used to wash in the bedroom.

"We thank God for this house!"

She even has a garden. A single potted plant and her bookshelf form her study.

Nomvula had some amazing words of encouragement for South Africans who are struggling during these challenging times.

"Do not worry, God provides, he really does. Even as a single mother I never slept without food in my house. Just be strong."

Daniel Brink posted the video to Facebook and encouraged anyone who wanted to help people like Nomvula.

"If you’d like to help Nomvula and others like her in Dunoon township, please contact info@boostafrica.com."

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported on a man that left home with only R120 and returned with 14 distinctions.

Alex Sifiso Mlangeni shared the amazing story of how he left home with only R120 to his name and a bursary to study.

His journey got off to a rocky start when there was an issue processing his application even though he had exceeded the necessary requirements and his bursary had already been paid to the University of Johannesburg.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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