- A fed up Boitekong community member in Rustenburg has decided to take matter into his own hands
- Sosville has taken it upon himself to fix the roads in his community and he does it all without pay
- Social media on Twitter have applauded the man who took initiative and wish more people could be like him
One man who understands how hitting a pothole can have you cursing alone in your car has decided to take matters into his own hands. The man identified as Sosville is proving that not all heroes wear capes.
Sosville is not employed by the government at any level but he is doing a great job in fixing roads in Boitekong, Rustenburg.
The hardworking man does the job without payment and all he does is collect donations on a daily basis. Sosville uses these donations to buy the necessary material to fix the roads.
Social media users on Twitters have rallied behind the man, applauding him for doing something about a problem that he saw in his community.
Users on Twitter wanted to help and they are asking for more people to donate to his cause.
"All the cars that goes pass that raod must give this Guy donation stating From R10;R20;50+ and I want someone who's gonna do a video of him telling us his Account number and Cell number for Donations."
"He deserve more, something like gofundme so that anyone can donate lil something. He's a hero, bless him."
"The municipality will shut him down. Those looters don't like being embarrassed."
"He is doing what the municipality is failing to do Big Up to Sosville."
"I can imagine the amount of pain and disappointment he must have felt to take it upon himself to fix the roads. God Bless Him. That's all we need, people and leaders that take positive action."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that one determined teenager has decided to start a business in order to deal with the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A teen from the South of Gauteng started a mobile carwash in Vanderbijlpark. Connor Michau visits customers' homes on his bicycle. Attached to the bicycle is a cart with a small vacuum cleaner and car-washing equipment.
Michau added that he is already fully-booked for the week and on 22 July he has to wash six cars, and another 20 cars are waiting in line for the rest of the week. The young man charges R40 for a small car, R60 for a bakkie and R80 for a bigger vehicle.
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