Mzansi man and his mom share super special moment in adorable clip

Mzansi man and his mom share super special moment in adorable clip

- A young man has shared a clip of himself and his mom sharing a special moment on camera

- In the short clip, the local man can be seen lifting his elderly mom and swinging her from side-to-side as she laughs joyously

- Facebookers loved the sweet clip, many of them sharing kind thoughts about it in the comment section

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Mothers are a source of endless joy and comfort, appreciating their presence in our lives is the very least we can do to say thank you. A young man recently took to Facebook to show his mom some love.

Sir-Jovial Maisela Legadimana headed to the popular ImStaying group to share a short clip of himself having a bit of fun with his mom. In the clip, he can be seen lifting her up and gently swinging her around, much to her delight. He sweetly captioned the post:

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"When we get time, let's make our mothers happy hey, we call her 'Bomma'. That's the reason #imStaying."
Mzansi man and his mom have fun on camera

Mzansi man left locals teary-eyed with sweet clip of him and mom. Source: Maisela Legadimana Jovial/ImStaying/Facebook
Source: Facebook

Thousands of touched Stayers loved the heartwarming post. Many of them headed to the comment section to share kind words and thoughts with the young man, a few of which you can read below.

LaShongwe Ndzimandze said:

"I love this."

Susan Spenceley said:

"Ahhh that's so lovely."

Rue Masunda said:

"They're happy people, that's so sweet."

Anna Kedibone Mathe said:

"Lovely, you will definitely treat your wife well."

Aphiwe Tiwani said:

"This is one of the most cutest things I've ever seen, love it."

In more heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, while many were sitting back hopelessly during the nationwide lockdown, a group of homeless Durban men decided to sit up and start a vegetable garden to feed themselves. Soon the garden was large and prosperous - not only a source of food but also a source of income for the men, who spent their days nurturing the seeds they planted.

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Now their dedication and commitment to their garden have paid off massively. The innovative homeless men have been turned into working-class businessmen after receiving a huge contract to supply vegetables to Boxer Superstores.

According to reports, they will be supplying Boxer with spinach, tomatoes and peppers; it is a bright start for the men, who started off their farm only hoping to feed themselves during a hard time.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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