- Anga Makubalo is over the moon that his gardener has bought a new set of wheels
- Seeing his gardner grow his business from 2017 into what it is today has made Anga extremely proud
- Sharing the news on social media, Anga shared his gardner's deets and let the world know just how proud he is
Anga Makubalo melted hearts when he took to social media to express his gratitude and pride towards the man who keeps his garden in check. Moments like these restore faith in humanity.
Often we forget the integral role that those silent and underestimated people play in our lives and society as a whole. While a gardener might not be on billboards, it doesn’t mean they are any less important than those who are.
Briefly.co.za came across an appreciation post made by Anga in which he proudly let the world know what an amazing job his gardener has done at growing his business and bettering his life. Men like this truly deserve the hype!
Anga has had this man do his garden since 2017. Initially, it was only him who came until he started sending other men to do the work. Anga thought nothing of it and did not complain as the work being done was quality.
Taking to social media, Anga oozed with pride as he told the story of how his gardener just purchased his very own vehicle. Seeing this man grow has made Anga truly proud.
“Wow man!!! Started with my gardener 2017 when I moved into the estate to date. Today he came to show me his new wheels that he’ll be using to expand his business. I’m so happy. He never gave up on his vision. Today he reaps the benefits.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported on Thursday, 3 October 2019, a social media user, Tertius Gous, shared a letter written by a man who was looking for a job as a gardener.
Gous revealed the man, Charles Kambalame, hand-wrote hundreds of these letters asking for jobs before walking from house to house to drop them in people's mailboxes. Kambalame started off his letter:
"I humbly stand before you and submit my application for the above underlined post in your house, sir/madam."
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