- Master KG teamed up with Lotto SA to hand out R20 000 a day #LOTTOJerusalemaDanceChallenge
- One lady, Nemaguvhuni Cynthia, showed off her video and she gushed about her hustle online
- Cynthia reveals she makes a living by selling vegetables from door to door and she hopes to make enough money to build a shack
Master KG's hit song Jerusalema has spread the joy across the world and now he's helping even more people.
The muso teamed up with Lotto SA to give South Africans a chance at winning R20 000 a day with the new #LOTTOJerusalemaDanceChallenge.
Since the start of the challenge, South Africans have been sharing their hustle stories alongside a Jerusalema dance.
One lady, Nemaguvhuni Cynthia, tagged Master KG in her video and she reveals she sells veggies for a living.
Cynthia walks from door to door to get clients and she wishes that her hustle could help her build a home.
The post was captioned:
"I go buy veggies and sell them door to door. I just want to build a shack and sell my vegetables."
Take a look at the post below:
Social media users were inspired by Cynthia's hustle and they wished her good luck.
Twitter user, @Mizzy69093641, commented:
"She is my winner for you. Make the Jerusalema happen for her Bro. There is no deserving winner more than her at this stage. Lotto ticket of not. Make it happen son."
Another tweep, @comkhad, added:
"There is the winner right there."
Desi_Tikizo, who goes by the Twitter handle @DTikizo, said:
"All the best on your hustle love."
In other news, a woman, Zama Philisiwe Zungu, went viral in Women's Month when photos surfaced online showing her building an additional room on her home.
The 26-year-old inspired South Africans with her skills in construction and she proved women have what it takes to succeed in a man's world.
Speaking to Briefly.co.za, Zungu opened up about why she became an engineer in the first place. Zungu made the decision to become an engineer in 2014 and her father was a major motivation for her.
"My dad was my inspiration since he is also a builder," she said, adding: "Also I was inspired by the lack of women in this industry, since it was labelled as a man's job. I took the challenge knowing very well there are quite a number of challenges I'd encounter in a male-dominated career."
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