- A South African woman has inspired thousands after sharing a picture of herself next to the brand new truck she just purchased
- Telentsako Makama took to Twitter to share the photo of the "blessing" who she says kept her up all night
- Tweeps were left highly inspired, leaving thousands of comments below the post
Amidst everything that seems to be going wrong in 2020, many people seem to be finding the light at the end of the tunnel. These past few weeks, Briefly.co.za has been reporting dozens of stories of people doing things to uplift themselves.
Young women are buying apartments, graduating on top of their classes, and becoming doctors despite having heaps of financial challenges.
Another young black queen has joined the likes of those making decisions that will change their lives forever. Telentsako Makama has taken to Twitter to share what she refers to as her blessing - she just bought a truck.
Her post which was captioned:
"I couldn't sleep because of this blessing, help me to welcome this Makoti in my family. Thank you God."
Received thousands of reactions from South Africans who were overcome with inspiration.
"That’s it! That’s the content I signed up for!"
"I'm impressed! So happy to see a woman venture into logistics, Congratulations!"
While, @MolTeeY said:
"Making us proud sisi...Congratulations and I’m very much inspired."
This Tweep, in a hilarious twist to the "It will end in tears" trend, wrote:
In other Briefly.co.za news, A young man, @Masta_tt, recently shared on Twitter how he has convinced his parents, loyal ANC members, to stop voting for the party.
He shares how after an interesting debate with his parents, who were loyal ANC fans, he had finally convinced them to stop voting for the party. His tweet was received with agreement from many other South African youths, who also shared how they too were able to convince their parents to abandon their trust in the ANC government.
Despite the desperation in many of SA's unheard citizens' voices, sadly it seems like there is no end in sight. This has been proven after Zandile Gumede, who was previously accused of corruption and has an ongoing R430m corruption case against her, has been instated as an honourable member of the KwaZulu-Natal legislature.
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