- A man showed off his latest achievement on social media this week
- He posted stunning snaps showing off his new set of wheels, a sleek white Audi
- South Africans congratulated the lucky new vehicle owner on his whip
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Hard work pays off. A man took to social media to share photos of the new car he bought for himself.
Social media user, @Sungu_, wowed South Africans on Wednesday with snaps of his new ride. He showed off the Audi he bought this week and simply captioned the pictures:
"11:11 Vorsprung durch Technik."
The photos show @Sungu_ standing with his new sleek ride wearing a face mask.
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Take a look at the post below:
The post gathered nearly 10 000 reactions since it was posted online and South Africans applauded @Sungu_'s achievement.
Twitter user, @Molwedi_Rams, commented:
"Enjoy your millage."
Another tweep, @TheRealSuperga, wrote:
"The four rings of life, congratulations."
Social media user, @GaMorolong, said:
"May Double Portion Provision locate you concerning this child! May Mercy lead all of your ways. May you build incredible memories because of it. May it enable you to reach meetings that will open multiple other doors for you. Go in the direction of your dreams with it!"
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported a beautiful young lady took to her Twitter account to show off her impressive birthday gift her family surprised her with.
@simieyumata celebrated her 21st birthday earlier this month and her family showed up at her residence with a stunning white Audi.
According to @simieyumata, the German machine is surprise birthday gift from her loved ones.
She posted photos of the car and captioned the post:
"My family pitched up at my res with my new car. I’m so grateful."
Meanwhile, in other news, a woman, Thando Patience Njomane, revealed that growing up she never had her own room and she always lived with a relative or rented a shack.
However, she used the little she earned to buy a site and construct her own home. Taking to social media, Njomane shared photos of her humble house and thanked God for being in a position to own it.
Njomane added that one day, she will build herself a mansion on the piece of land she now owns.
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