- Mekhoy Makhalemele was excited to purchase tickets for a Black Coffee performance over the weekend
- Upon arrival at the venue, the manager asked Mekhoy if she could fill a vacant position
- Mekhoy excitedly accepted the amazing and unexpected opportunity and shared the story online
Although miracles happen when we least expect them, we cannot be anything but grateful. Mekhoy Tsobe Montsheng Makhalemele experienced her own little miracle when she went to purchase a ticket for a Black Coffee performance.
As she arrived at the venue, the manager asked her to fill a vacant position. Mekhoy is ecstatic at this new opportunity. She shared a short post about her new job to the #ImStaying group on Facebook over the weekend.
Stayers were just as shocked as she was as they congratulated her on this amazing and unexpected achievement.
Her full post, dated 5 December, read:
"This morning I went to buy a ticket to experience Black Coffee and Culoe De Song Maiphepi Lounge. When I arrived the manager said fill this vacancy, I got employed instead. Asbonge Kamogelo Lot Mokoape is employed! We are recognised by people who know us and are passionate about us. That's why #ImStaying."
Stayers shared in her excitement in the comments section.
Maryann Banwell wrote:
"Absolutely awesome! Congratulations."
Zoey Hlongwane said:
Tshalenji Mbizi commented:
Nonny Gumede added:
"That's awesome! Congrats!"
In other heartwarming stories, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a man who repaid his friend by funding his studies. Mafefe Moloko took to Facebook and shared his story in the #ImStaying group. He revealed that his friend Masilo Mabetoa came to his rescue at university.
Without him, he would not have been able to stay at university because he could not afford the costs after he lost his bursary. Masilo promised to help him if his bursary came through and when it did he kept his word.
He promised to help Mafefe with food and paying for his studies. Mafefe completed his studies and is an Engineer in Training (EIT). What is really amazing is that Masilo graduated with flying colours and completed his B.Eng (Civil) Honours degree.
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