- A young man with the Twitter name King T has overcome cancer on two separate occasions to become what he wanted to be
- During his recovery process, he had to undergo three brain surgeries and relearn how to walk and talk
- Despite all the things he had to struggle with, the young man still got a degree and graduated from university
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A young man with the Twitter name King T has one inspiring life-changing story.
King T said he defeated brain cancer twice and had three separate brain surgeries. That's not all.
After conquering that, he did a six-week radiotherapy treatment twice and had to learn to walk and eat solid food from scratch.
The young man did all those things like they were nothing and still graduated university with flying colours despite having a two-year delay.
He has since also started his own business and is living his dream, proving that some people use adversity to their own advantage.
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that a man became the talk of the town when he shared a video of the luxury cars he recently purchased. In the footage, the businessman from Joburg flaunts his rides which he bought for himself, wife, kids and parents.
Thabiso Hamilton Ndlovu showed off his vehicles on social media. He said the one Lamborghini Urus, two Porsches and two Jeeps were for himself, "the kids”, his parents and wife. Ndlovu is the founder of Hamilton Holdings, an engineering company. However, the reactions to the footage were of caution rather than excitement. Many social media users were wary for him and warned him to not succumb to the same fate as 'Sam Holdings'.
Sam Chabalala of Sam Holdings was charged by SARS after he showed off his massive collection of cars at the Durban July. He, too trended on social media when he showed off the whips but SARS was watching closely.
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