- Khaya Mayekiso Manci took to Facebook to share her amazing daughter's story
- The amazing 4-year-old can speak 4 languages and Khaya says her daughter is the perfect example of diversity
- Facebook users loved the post and showered the young girl with compliments
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Khaya Mayekiso Manci took to Facebook and praised her 4-year-old daughter and calls her a true reflection of diversity.
The little girl can speak 4 South African languages so well that she does not have a single home language.
Khaya's next language she wants her daughter to learn is Xibelane.
She captioned the post with this:
"She is 4 and half, multilingual and multicultural.
She does not have a home language, my true reflection of diversity.
She speaks and understands 4 South African languages.
She can't wait to rock a Xibelane, Tsonga people hook us up please."
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Facebook users loved the little girl and her amazing mom:
Lauren LuLu Kim Thesen-Moolman:
"She is absolutely adorable Our little boy is 20 months old and can understand 3 languages English Xhosa and Afrikaans (in that order hehe)."
Ethne Deyzel Kruger:
"Oh, my heart. What a beautiful little angel. Treasure her."
"My grandson speaks English, Fijian and Japanese. My daughter and family live in Japan. Her husband is Fijian, playing rugby for a Japanese team. I did not teach my children to speak Afrikaans sadly but they do seem to understand when I skinder about them!"
"Wow, she's adorable and smart a true little lady. Maybe she will be our President one day..... The world is her oyster..."
"Beautiful smile. She is a child for the world...at 4 being able to speak 4 languages is fantastic. I am envious of that ability."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that a story about a multicultural and happy family tugged at the heartstrings of social media users across South Africa. Janika du Plooy shared the beautiful story about an eclectic mix of people came together and formed a strong community built on mutual understanding, love and appreciation.
Janika says that the front doors of her and her neighbours’ houses all face a courtyard where the children play and the adults hang their laundry to dry.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that South Africans gushed over an adorable newlywed couple who were featured on the television show, 'Our Perfect Wedding'.
Venda man, Ndumeliso Radzilani, married the beautiful, Monique, who is Afrikaans. South Africans on social media applauded the multicultural family.
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