- A young man, Clement Thagatsho Molobela has taken to Twitter to once again thank the people who helped him two years ago
- In the heartbreaking tweet, he asked for help with new school uniform and shoes, his cry for help was heard by Boity and other locals
- Fast forward, two years later, Clement says that he is doing well but hasn't forgotten the help he received when he needed it
Clement Molobela has once again taken to Twitter to say thank you to the people who helped him during his darkest moments. Two years ago the young student shared pictures of his broken school clothes, along with a plea for help from anyone willing.
His desperate cry for help was heard by local celebrity Boitumelo Thulo better known as Boity as well as a few other generous people.
Two years later, Clement says that he is in matric and doing much better - "grinding very well." See his tweet below.
Tweeps who were impressed at Clement's thankful heart encouraged the young man to keep "grinding". They also wished him luck with his upcoming matriculant exams.
Here are some of their comments.
"Dankie Boity and everyone that supported this wonderful cause. Hopefully once I get another job I will be happy to be part of the Helping hands. It's so wonderful to wake up to such inspirational news"
While @mvhangani said:
"All the best in your matric and to @Boity thank you for helping whenever you can on this app.
In other Briefly.co.za news, former Kaizer Chiefs footballer, Junior Khanye has been trending since last night after his predictions about the Mamelodi Sundowns versus Kaizer Chiefs, came about with Chiefs losing 1-0 to Sundowns.
Days before the game, Junior said that Sundowns would win the game against Kaizer Chiefs. Citing the Chiefs coach as incompetent. In his statements, he also mentioned Bernard Parker and Lebogang Manyama saying that Parker bought nothing to the team and Manyama loses ball possession too quickly.
After the 1-0 win, soccer Twitter was buzzing with many tweets about Junior's amazing ability to predict and analyze players and games. One tweep even went as far as to call him the "prophet of soccer".
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