- A local lady has taken to Facebook to share pictures of herself hiking up a Western Cape cliff
- In one of the pictures, she can be seen bravely standing on a dangerously high section of mountain
- Mzansians shared hilarious reactions to the pictures, many of them joking about how brave the young lady was to pose on the cliff
Being scared of heights is a fear that many people have. One person who isn't afraid of heights, no matter how steep or scary-looking, is a young and brave South African woman called Bongie-Madiya Bobo Ndarala.
The young lady recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying group to share pictures of herself while hiking at Kasteelspoort in the Western Cape. She captioned the post "My beautiful country, that's why I'm staying."
In one of the pictures, Bongie can be seen standing fearlessly on a high cliff. Her bravery left many Stayers inspired but a lot of them shared funny jokes about how they would never find themselves partaking in such extreme sports.
Read a few of their comments below.
Tnash Tirivepi Tina wrote:
"My ancestors will never let me."
Pelewa Phophi Mphephu said:
"I thought it was photoshopped when the other guy posted in here."
Dirontsho Mohale said:
"You are very brave girl!"
Letlhogonolo Legodi said:
"I admire your bravery, nice view, I will never test God, never. I'm afraid of heights, I tolerate them when driving only."
Sindie Charlsie Mzaza said:
"I feel dizzy by just looking at the pic on the edge of the rocks. Ai ngekhe. Phela I'm still black, there's no way, I can't test my death but honestly I would love to visit such a place."
In other funny Briefly.co.za news, Dr Nhlakanipho Mkhize is not only a Department of Health official but also a social media icon with thousands of followers. Mkhize took to social media on Saturday to share a snap of himself posing with his brand-new luxury ride, captioning the post: "After work sundowner."
While peeps all seemed to agree that the popular doctor looked pretty dapper in his work clothes posing in front of his Range Rover, many couldn't resist the urge to tease him over his parking skills.
The man had opted to take up not one, but two parking spaces in what many insist was a disabled parking bay. Of course, many complimented him on both looking fine and his fine new whip and those who did mention the parking did so in a light-hearted manner.
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Source: Briefly News