- South African nurse Nonhlanhla Mamba posted a picture of herself and a colleague to Facebook
- The post was put on the #ImStaying group and has almost 300 reactions
- South Africans left thank-you messages under the post as they were filled with pride
Facebook group #ImStaying is crawling its way into hearts yet again after a viral post of a South African nurse was posted to the group. Nonhlanhla Mamba posted a picture of herself and a colleague in full protective gear with smiles only visible through their eyes.
Nonhlanhla started off the caption with:
"I love my job. My workplace is my happy place. I forget my troubles when am here."
The post has almost 300 reactions and the comments are rolling in.
#ImStaying members were overjoyed by her wholesome post. Here's what some Stayers had to say:
Sastri Naidoo commented:
"Thanks for keeping us safe during this pandemic. Much appreciated, love you guys."
Margaret Basson said:
"You are our heroes through thick and thin. THANK YOU!"
Merle Van Renen Angelos wrote:
"What a lovely attitude during these very negative times. Well done and thank you for what you are doing - you will receive in return."
Katleho Kat Arafat C'tholest added:
"Our heroes... but take extra care with hands on that biohazardous waste box!!"
In other wholesome news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a gorgeous couple that went viral after their engagement photos were uploaded to social media. Twitter user @alfali44 (Apiwe Fali) uploaded the stunning shots of his new wife-to-be with the caption:
""I LOVE YOU MME PILUSA @Meld_z"
The tweet containing the pictures of the couple has 8 000 likes and almost 1 000 retweets. Saffa's were left feeling all warm and fuzzy after the upload and left a whole lot of congratulatory replies.
In more feel-good news, Briefly.co.za, reported on a trio of Portuguese firefighters who participated in the #JerusalemaChallenge. The video of the firefighters in Portugal doing the #JerusalemaChallenge made it's way to the #ImStaying Facebook group. Three firefighters in full uniform can be seen getting down to Master KGs hit song.
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