Mzansi man goes from living in a shack to being a candidate attorney

Mzansi man goes from living in a shack to being a candidate attorney

- A local man recently took to Facebook to share the inspirational story of his friend, who went from living in a shack to becoming an attorney

- According to the motivational post, the man has now also been able to build a new home for his mom

- Facebookers loved the post and many of them took to the comment section to commend him on his hard work and determination

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Being hardworking, determined and motivated to uplift your life can really yield great results. A young man, Wendel Bloem, proved this to be true after sharing how his friend, Reitumetse Senaoana, went from living in a shack to becoming an attorney.

"This young man next to me is my candidate attorney, Reitumetse Senaoana. He is a brilliant young lawyer. He comes from living in a shack when he started his articles. He has managed to recently build his mom a new home, against all odds. He will achieve great things. He inspires me, that’s another reason why #ImStaying," he wrote in the motivational post.
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Stayers absolutely loved the positivity, many of them taking to the comment section. Read their thoughts below:

Mzansi man goes from living in a shack to being a candidate attorney

This young man became successful against all odds. Image: Wendel Bloem/ImStaying
Source: Facebook

Mmathapelo Menong said:

"Guys look at this, I am humbled, he attended our church in Mahikeng and we were serving together with him in ushering while doing his degree in Law in NWU. Such a humble soul, he is proud of you Reitumetse."

Buti Boikanyo Ephraim Shole said:

''We thank both this combination at work and in aspiration. We thank you for taking him under your wing and may he prosper. Congratulations!"

In more motivational news, a young unemployed woman recently shared how planting potatoes has helped lift her out of a dark place. According to the post that was made by Mbilana Entle Mbalentle on Facebook's ImStaying, she lost her job due to Covid-19.

"#ImStaying because when I lost my job due to Covid-19 I had to move back home to Peddie. I was hurt. So my dad asked me why don't I do what am good at - farming. Even though I never studied it.
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"I took my last money went bought a packet of potatoes. I planted them with no equipment but I managed. Yesterday I harvested my potatoes. It was the best feeling. Me being unemployed has reminded me of my gift. #ImStaying. A proud village girl," she wrote proudly.

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