- A local woman has taken to Facebook to show appreciation to the municipality workers in her area
- According to the heartwarming post, the workers have gone above and beyond to deliver exceptional service to the community
- Facebookers joined the woman in thanking the workers for their extreme dedication to their jobs
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A woman with a grateful heart, Michelle Breytenbach has taken to Facebook's feel-good group, ImStaying group to share just how thankful she is for the municipality workers who are working on fixing her blocked drain.
According to Michelle, the municipality workers, who she also shared a beautiful picture of, have been working terribly hard while finishing a job of unblocking a drain on her property. In her post, she explains that they have worked tirelessly not allowing anything to deter them from finishing the job.
"Today I'm grateful for the wonderful team from Ekurhuleni Council who have worked for hours trying to fix a blocked drain on our property. It's late and getting dark but they are still persevering. So nice to see the level of service and commitment. Very grateful,' she wrote in the heartwarming Facebook post.
Many Facebookers headed to the comment section to join Michelle in thanking the workers for their dedication to their job. Read a few of their comments below.
Willie En Jessie Wessels said:
"Thanks to the dedicated and hardworking people. Thanks Michelle for taking care of them."
Chantal B Oschmann said:
"They have a great attitude towards their work- well done guys- stay blessed."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, due to the pandemic and now more than ever, South Africans need the support of one another. Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Town, Kgethi Phakeng, recently led by example and supported a South African brand.
Taking to Twitter, South African clothing manufacturer, Tshepo, shared a picture of the VC rocking her new jeans and T-shirt combo, which she had just purchased from the store. The brand describes itself as being committed to the development of denim through the promotion of Africanism and localisation.
"Today the vice chancellor of UCT popped in for a pair of jeans and of course our classic TSHEPO T-shirt ," they captioned the inspirational Twitter post.
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