- @Samke_nkwanyan shared an image of her new home to Twitter recently and peeps could not be more proud
- The young lady only had a salary of R2 000 and built her beautiful home over a period of four months
- @Samke_nkwanyan said she had savings, had to take a loan and asked for help from friends and family but she still did it
Celebrating wins will always bring smiles to faces. Especially when the achievement comes from hard work. @Samke_nkwanyan did just that as she shared an image of the house she worked hard to build.
According to @Samke_nkwanyan, it took four months to complete the building of her home as her salary is R2 000. @Samke_nkwanyan went on to say in a follow-up tweet that she did have R10 000 in savings.
She took a loan of R5 000, which she paid back from August to now. Even with her savings, loan and salary, she still struggled. @Samke_nkwanyan said she asked for help from family and friends who did all they could to assist.
Take a look at her tweets below:
South Africans could only feel pride at her lovely accomplishment and shared so in her replies:
"This is very nice. It's the beginning. If you can build a house with R2K then you will do bigger things when God promotes you to another tax bracket. 4 months is even very short. I'm so proud of you and inspired!!!"
"Big or small, it doesn't matter. This is yours, your name is on the deed, woe to whoever has anything negative to say."
"I am proud of you girl."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a woman who impressed many South Africans with her new home. @Thembi_Khoza17 (Thembi Khoza) shared before and after pictures of her home to Twitter. In the before picture, her home appears to be built with very unstable materials.
It appears that her home was built from corrugated iron. The front cover outside her main door is being held up by wood. In the second image, her house appears to be much more stable with a far stronger foundation.
Thembi captioned the post: "2019 vs 2020. Muhle uNkulunkulu." Many tweeps agreed as they sent in congratulatory messages and well wishes.
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