- A local father recently took to Facebook to share a heartwarming post about his beautiful children
- In the touching post, the man explains how he has been taking care of the little ones by himself after their mom died in a car crash
- Moved Facebookers quickly headed to the comment section with messages of encouragement and support
A South African dad, Nalee Freshbone Phalanndwa, recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying group to share a heartwarming post. In his post, Nalee shared how extremely proud he is of his two children.
Nalee, who included a beautiful picture of himself and the little ones, also explained in the moving Facebook post how he has been raising them by himself ever since their mother passed away in a tragic car accident.
"Behind me are the reasons why I'm staying. Since we lost their mother in a car crash I raised them by myself. Very proud of them," wrote Nalee.
Stayers were left truly moved by the touching post. Many of them headed to the comment section to share beautiful messages of support and encouragement. A lot of them also complimented him on his beautiful family.
Read a few of their comments below.
Gaontebale Senna wrote:
"So proud of you. Continue to take care and give them love. They will one day appreciate and honour you."
Joyce Ngobeni said:
"We bless the Lord for men like you. Please stand up to be seen by other men that men can still MAN UP OUR SOCIETY."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, a local man, Ben Dlamini has been at the receiving end of a ton of praise from South Africans after a picture of him making a living for himself humbly was shared online.
Ayanda Slick Khumalo recently took to Facebook's ImStaying to share pics of Dlamini. In the post, Ayanda explains how she was approached by Ben who offered to draw a picture for him for only R20. According to Ayanda, the picture was pretty well done and he was left simply impressed by Ben's skill and hustle.
"This is Ben Dlamini from Snathing PMB, he asked to draw a picture of my car for R20 on the corner of Commercial and Greyling Street and I really respect his hustle, instead of just begging for money he uses his God-given talent and made it into a small business for money to eat."
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