- A young woman recently took to Facebook to share a heartwarming message with her brother who raised her after both her parents passed on
- In the post, the woman explains how her brother paid for her high school fees and is still paying for college fees
- Facebookers took to the comment section to commend her brother for all his good deeds
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A young woman with a grateful heart recently took to Facebook to share a truly heartfelt appreciation post with her brother. According to the post made by Ntswaki Mbele in Facebook group, ImStaying, both her parents died when she was only 16 years old.
"Our father died in 2008 and my mother the following year (2009). I was only 16 years old at the time," she starts her story.
She then explains that after living with her older brother for a while, unfortunate circumstances forced him to move away, leaving her to fend for herself while she was only in Grade 10. Not for too long, however, as her other brother soon stepped up.
"When I was doing Grade 12, he got a job even though it was not a well-paying job. He bought me full Grade 12 uniform and no one could tell that I was an orphan."
She then ends off the touching story by explaining how that same brother managed to find a stable job and could soon afford to send her to college, where she is currently doing her third year. She also shares how he has been someone she always looks up to and feel motivated to continue pushing regardless of life's circumstances.
Many Stayers commended both her and her brother for sticking with each other during the hard times. They also wished Nttswaki success in her life going forth.
In similar touching Briefly.co.za news, a young South African woman just brought tears to thousands of eyes. This after she shared a heartfelt dad appreciation post to popular Facebook group, ImStaying.
Her beautiful post includes a lovely picture of herself and a smiling dad:
"Appreciation post of this man next to me. My father, mother, my everything. He made sure I'm healthy and safe all the time. He raised me from 3 years when mommy left me with him. I'm 25 now but still his little daughter.
Stayers were left truly moved, reacting to the post nearly 30 000 times. Many of them took to the comments section to share their thoughts on the beautiful bond the man and his daughter share.
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