- South Africa is diverse country with many languages and this 5-year-old speaks three of them
- She can speak English, Afrikaans and Xhosa and her mom took to Facebook to praise the adorable girl
- Facebook users loved the precocious young girl and flooded the comments section with praise
Lindokuhle Twinklez Jaji took to Facebook to praise her adorable daughter who is far wiser than many adults.
The precocious 5-year-old speak three languages, English, Afrikaans and Xhosa. The little girl has started teaching her gogo to speak other languages because she is "tired of being her translator."
She recently told her granny "Nee meisie ek is op van jou", this girl has quite a bit attitude.
Lindokuhle posted the story in the Facebook group #ImStaying and believes more people should speak each other's languages.
"This is my 5-year-old daughter who is fluent in 3 languages Afrikaans, English and Xhosa. She is now teaching her granny because she's "tired of being her translator". Told her granny "Nee meisie ek is op van jou" . #ImStaying for my multilingual daughter who thinks its must for us to speak each other's languages. "
Facebook users loved the post and the precocious 5-year-old:
"I fully agree with her. Wouldnt it be nice if all South Africans had that attitude?"
Sharron Elizabeth Obernberger Barlow:
"Beautiful little soul, you've done everything right mommy"
"Makes my heart so happy to hear this from the younger generation. They are the ones who have to carry this country forward when we are gone. Wondetful parenting to encourage your child to speak other languages. Good on you"
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that South Africans are definitely talented individuals. Be it singing, dancing or artwork, many Saffas are born with talent. Gwambe Mamoraka Willemina is one of those skilled individuals in our rainbow nation.
Gwambe is making a name for herself with her mud artwork. In 2017, Gwambe entered the Arnold Classic Africa Art Competition. After entering twice before, Gwambe secured the top place with her uniquely South African artwork.
Gwambe shared that she is an unemployed social worker and is self-taught in terms of her art. She was inspired to start her art journey after losing both her mother and sister a year apart.
In other news, Thokozani Sibeko is an aspiring poultry farmer based in Vosloorus, Gauteng. The young man shared images of his humble beginnings as part of the 'How it started vs how it's going' challenge on Twitter.
In the first image, Thokozani is seated on a roadside selling eggs. In the second image, Thokozani is now standing in front of his business with trays of eggs lined up behind him. In the third photo, Thokozani shared a pic of the outside of his business.
Thokozani's tweet gained a whopping 28 000 likes on the social networking site. His replies section is packed with positivity as South African tweeps congratulated him on working hard to turn the business into a success.
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