- A local man who is only known by his Twitter handle @monsieurponto showed off the property he is developing for himself
- On Sunday, @monsieurponto shared photos of the house he is building in a village in Limpopo
- South Africans were inspired by the post and they gave their two cents' worth on the crib in the comment section
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Some people are really reaching new levels this year, despite a pandemic. One man, @monsieurponto, has showed off the progress he is making on his dream crib.
The tweep revealed he is building a home in a Limpopo village. He shared photos of the structure on social media.
@monsieurponto captioned the post:
"This how we do it in Limpopo. Build decent homes in the village."
Take a look at the post below:
The post gathered over 9 000 likes and South Africans were impressed by the photos.
Twitter user, @IamTimnice, commented:
"I love it, being contemplating on building with such bricks for my granny's house to avoid yearly maintenance of painting the house. I would love to see more."
Another tweep, @Reawater, said:
"No province can compete with Limpopo and the competition amongst them is high. Can't wait to see Venda."
Social media user, @kenna500000, wrote:
"Beautiful, let’s continue to turn our rural areas into cities. When we’re done with houses we should start opening businesses there, of course you need a decent place to live in so that you can plan your life properly. With this end in mind we shall overcome all our struggles."
Briefly.co.za previously reported a beautiful woman, who was only identified as @tranaeee, shared photos on social media showing the house she and her husband now own.
The tweep revealed that she and her partner started building a home in May this year. Despite a pandemic, it took only months to complete the house.
She captioned the post:
"The love of my life and I closed on our new home that we started building in May. God has truly blessed us! We dreamed about this and prayed for this."
The post went viral, gathering over 261 200 likes and 34 400 comments. Social media users congratulated the couple on their amazing achievement.
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Source: Briefly News