- Grace Mmelesi has taken to social media to thank his boss for his support and belief that he would beat Covid-19
- He revealed that July was a tough month for him when he contracted the virus and that he'd never been so sick in his life before
- He thanked his boss and Facebook users thanked him for his inspirational post
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Grace Mmelesi took to Facebook and posted an inspirational message in the #ImStaying group. He revealed that July was a very difficult month for him.
He contracted Covid-19 and said he'd never been sick like that in his life before and had even begun to lose faith.
Thanks to the support her received from his support and belief that Grace would beat the virus.
"The month of July was not an easy month for me and my family,I was infected with the Covid-19.things was not easy for me and my two kids,I have never been sick like that in my whole life, I was even starting to lose faith, but today I want to say a big thank you to my Boss for his support he had faith that I will beat this sickness for that, #IMSTAYING"
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Facebook users were thrilled with his post and flooded the comments sections with messages of congratulations for recovering and sharing such a positive story:
Daleen De Lange:
"Know what u talking about. We also survived and we praise God. It was bad."
"I am so glad that you recovered. Things will get better for us all soon!"
"With a little bit of love support and prayer anything is possible we thank God for your healing and your wonderful boss."
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Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that 80 Mzansi entertainers have united to record a song to uplift the spirits of South Africans amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Singer Emo Adams along with local artists such as Siv Ngesi, Jack Parow, Clint Brink and first Idols SA winner Heinz Winckler, among others, have lent their voices to sing the iconic classic titled Lean On Me by Bill Withers.
Many Mzansi peeps have been sharing their struggle stories during these unprecedented times on different social media platforms.
The song is aimed at instilling hope as many battle to make ends meet and to avoid contracting the virus during lockdown.
Adams, who conceptualised the idea for the project and produced the song, said it was important for him to record the iconic song with a local, modern twist to ensure it touches South Africans’ hearts during this pandemic.
"We need to keep spreading the love and also instil hope in every SA citizen right now. It is my vision to get every South African to not only download the song but to unite and remain positive and hopeful because we all need each other during this time."
In other news, Peter De Kock beat Covid-19 but that is not all he is celebrating, he is also enjoying his 92nd birthday.
It was such an inspirational story that Western Cape Premier Alan Winde wrote a lengthy post extolling the virtues of Peter and his story about beating Covid-19.
Alan revealed the Peter is a widower and has 9 children and celebrated his birthday on 26 June 2020 in isolation.
Briefly.co.za reported that the care home where he lives was careful not to infect other residents and placed Peter in quarantine.
“His COVID-19 test result came back positive and he was already in isolation in a single room and being taken care of at the Lotus Place where he also peacefully celebrated his 92nd birthday,” says Nursing Manager of the Oakhaven Home, Sr Sarie Cloete.
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