- A young South African man recently headed to Twitter to share the exciting news that he had just bought a new place
- Taking to his personal page, he shared a picture of the keys to the place while also sharing a sneak peek into his new kitchen
- SA youths were all for the good news, many of them taking to the comment section to congratulate the young man
Halala, more and more young South Africans are finding their feet. Not a day passes on the social media streets when someone is not celebrating a new achievement, whether big or small. A young man recently shared that he as bought his very own place.
Taking to Twitter, @gomolemon_ shared a picture of his beautiful new home's keys. In the background of the picture, his dainty but perfect kitchen sneaks into view, giving the post a lot of perspective.
"God is better than witches," he hilariously captioned the good-vibes Twitter post, presumably encouraging his followers to trust God in the things they want.
Soon impressed social media users were in the comment section congratulating the young man on his great achievement. A lot of them also shared how they absolutely could not wait to get their own beautiful cribs.
Read a few of their comments below.
"I wish for this for myself one day."
"Many congratulations Gomolemo."
"Congratulations bro. I know how you're feeling right now. Big ups!"
"Ohhh my goodness. Seeing this made me happy. So proud of you man."
In similar uplifting Briefly.co.za news, this year has been very hard, not many had good news to share. One young South African man seemed to have all the good news though as he headed to his personal Twitter page to share it with his followers.
In his Twitter post, Deon Mkhwanazi with the twitter handle @lungadeon shared how he had not only found a new job but would also be starting soon. His new job opportunity also meant moving to a new location.
"I’m starting my new job tomorrow. New month. New job. New location," he tweeted a few days ago.
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