- Facebook group #ImStaying continues to spread positivity through its members
- One member, RenneckProvide RoseUniquemunhle Mrkhoza, shared a brief caption and a few pictures showing his two jobs
- The post sparked excitement as many others shared their talents and jobs
Facebook group #ImStaying is making waves once again after group member RenneckProvide RoseUniquemunhle Mrkhoza shared a compilation of pictures with a brief caption proudly showing off his two jobs. The #ImStaying group's intent is to focus on the people, beauty and positivity in South Africa and they did just that with this post.
Mrkhoza shared pictures of him in his nurse's uniform followed by images of him doing manual labour as a builder.
He captioned the images with:
"I'm a professional nurse but I don't limit my abilities, take care of your talents and they will take good care of you!!!"
With over 15 000 reactions, the post was met with an influx of encouraging comments as well as over 250 shares. Many members of the #ImStaying group commended Mrkhoza whilst others shared their stories. Here are some of the comments:
Yandisa Myazoro Jouberton wrote:
"Wena you should be the deputy president of our country."
Martha Thandi said:
"Yes, brother. That's the truth. I am a police officer but an artist too."
Khumbudzo Munyai wrote:
"True brother I am also a nurse and also a carpenter."
Tamaryn Leigh Swartz commented:
"I'm a credit controller but also a seamstress."
Zukiswa Ladybird said:
"SA's got talent. I am a scientist and part-time baker."
In other viral news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a Free State high school that went viral after participating in #JerusalemaChallenge. Hoërskool Witteberg in Bethlehem posted a video on Facebook this week of mask-clad students dancing to Master KG's Jerusalema in an open field to maintain social distancing.
The video, which gained over 150 000 views and almost 2 000 shares in a matter of days, is proof that the South African spirit is still here, even in lockdown. Facebook users were not shy to comment about how proud they were of the students.
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