- A talented local artist has wowed South Africa with his drawing skills
- Skepe Matsebane shared a portrait of Hlompho Kekana which was drawn by an artist identified as Thabo Lephalala
- Kekana loved the portrait so much he wants to buy it
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A local artist, Thabo Lephalala, has shown off his talent by drawing an amazing picture of Mamelodi Sundowns star Hlompho Kekena.
On Wednesday, the artist posted the picture of Kekana on his Whatsapp status and the picture was then shared on Twitter by a user identified as Skepe Matsebane.
Matsebane posted the picture on his Twitter account with the caption:
"So this other young man from my village sent me his work on @Masandawana captain @Hlompho_Kekana. What do you guys think? I'm personally impressed. Skipper, let me know what you think."
The Masandawana midfielder was impressed by the portrait of himself and wanted to find out how much the artist is selling it for, adding that he loves it.
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More users on Twitter commented on the image which left and impression on many.
"This is exactly [you], the guy is talented, may we kindly get the contact of the artist especially cause he is from the village we might hook him up."
"Skipper- please encourage your teammates to also get. You could change the course of someone's life here."
"[He's] doing good job, [you] can help him to move forward with his dreams."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that 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.
The young entrepreneur who explained that the national lockdown pushed him into creating his own business.
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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