- Being a homeowner is a dream for many and one man has recently made that dream come true
- @Bokang_DT shared the stunning images of his new home to his Twitter account recently
- South African tweeps are full of love, positivity and pride in the replies section under @Bokang_DT's tweet
The ultimate goal for a lot of people is to be a homeowner. One man recently made that dream come true as he built his own home. Twitter user @Bokang_DT shared images of his new home to the social networking site recently.
He has received tons of praise and congratulatory messages from pride South African tweeps. His tweet has gained just over 1 000 likes, over 200 retweets and the replies are slowly filling up. He captioned the tweet:
"Sometimes when we post these things it’s not about bragging but rather the message that black child, you can also make it... We own this continent and we have to believe."
Take a look at the full tweet below:
South African tweeps are blowing up @Bokang_DT's replies with positivity:
"Good choice on the showerhead. Nice house, congratulations. We are inspired."
"Keep on inspiring some of us brother."
"We are inspired and taking notes."
"Repeat it once brother. It's true we own this continent and we've to be proud of it as well as our small achievements."
In other inspiring stories, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a couple who built their own house in a township after a bank rejected their home loan. With the current state of the country and the insanely high house prices, not everyone is in a position to buy their own properties. Sadly, many people will never in their lives own a house.
However, one man decided to make a plan after a bank told him he could not afford to buy a house in the suburbs. Instead of giving up on his dream crib, he decided to renovate his township home and turn it into a mansion. Taking to Facebook, Sandile Hadebe showed off the progress he and his bae, Gabi, have been making with their home. He captioned the post:
"31st July VS 31st August 2020... The bank said we cannot afford it in the 'burbs, so we decided to build it in the township for cash within a month. Hadebe Residence."
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