- A grateful daughter, Muthumuni Thinavhuyo, took to Facebook and praised her mom for being an amazing parent
- Her hustle as a taxi driver ensured that her family never went hungry and always had a roof over their heads
- Facebook users were delighted with the post and heaped praise on Muthumuni's mom
Muthumuni Mukatshelwa Thinavhuyo took to Facebook and posted a heartfelt message of thanks to her mom for always providing for her, making sure she always had a roof over her head and food in her belly.
She revealed in the #ImStaying group that her mum is a taxi driver, a job usually reserved for men, showing that she must be an incredible woman.
She captioned the post with the following:
"My mother she was a taxi driver since I was Born until now I never went to bed with an empty stomach because of her hustler. She's the reason why I'm staying "
Facebook users loved the post and with hours it had thousands of likes and hundreds of comments:
"God bless her strength and dedication❤️."
"Proud of our Mummies...Mine is also a taxi driver."
"Salute Mother Of The Nation You Deserve An Award Mummy ✊✊✊✊✊✊♥️♥️♥️♥️."
Nhlamulo Noma Mahlangu:
"Lebogang Mamushi your mom is really inspiring so I thought you should see this❤ Sis Happiness taught us independence and that even women can make their own money and stand on their own❤."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that a young woman recently left thousands of Facebookers inspired. Kelly Kleinhans, a proud daughter, shared in popular ImStaying group a picture of herself and her 48-year-old mom, who she explains will be starting her matric exams after 31 years not being in school.
"I am staying because today my mother (on the left) will be starting her matric exams at the age 48. She decided to go back to school after 31 years. She is proof that you are never too old to learn. Good luck to her and to all the matriculants of 2020. #imstaying #classof2020," she wrote in the awesome post.
Facebookers who were both motivated and inspired by the 48-year-old woman's determination to complete her matric after an entire 31 years quickly took to the comment section to wish her luck with the exams.
In other news, a lovely young lady shared an inspiring story about a taxi driver. Nomvula Mayibongwe Nhlapo took to the #ImStaying group on Facebook to talk about a taxi driver who paid her fare when she had no money.
Nomvula says she just started a new job in Kempton Park after being unemployed for a while. She says she had been hitchhiking to and from work for over a week. She struggled to find a ride home at her usual spot and decided to go to a nearby taxi rank.
There she sussed out a taxi driver who had the "friendliest demeanour". She then approached him and explained her situation to him. He responded with "OK mntanami get inside the taxi" before taking cash from his pocket to pay another taxi driver.
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