- A proud local nurse recently celebrated his first day on the job by taking to his Twitter page with the news
- The young South African nurse also included a picture of himself smiling brightly while wearing his nursing uniform
- Mzansi loved the heartwarming post and many of them headed to the comment section to wish him well on his first day
The healthcare system in South Africa just gained a valuable member of the team. Taking to Twitter, a young Mzansi man shared the news that today would be the first day that he is on the job as a nurse.
@Hauza_24 happily took to the app to share the exciting news of his new job with his followers. The heartwarming post also features a picture of himself smiling from ear to ear, clearly very happy to be starting this chapter of his life.
"My first day at my new job," he happily captioned the inspiring Twitter post.
Many South Africans loved the post, reacting to it nearly 14 000 times. A lot of them also headed to the comment section where they wished him well on his first day on the job. Read a few of their comments below.
"Siyakubongela bafo, good luck in your career, don't forget about pushing for a masters neh, ukwenze nje lokho kusemanje, usenamandla, uhlale nje unayo, so that if opportunities come, ufaka nje amaphepha"
"congratulations!! Onwards and upwards."
"Congratulations, you are moving levels up."
"Congratulations, keep up the good name of the healthcare personnel, your job is very important, please smile, that is what heals patients, not medicine, they must know that they are in good hands."
In other heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, discovering that you raised your child to be helpful and caring is a delightful thing for many parents. A young South African dad recently found out just how delightful after his daughter proved herself to be very helpful and caring indeed.
Taking to popular social media app, Twitter, @Mbonjeni1 shared how his car had gotten a flat on the N2. Naturally, he jumped out to fix it, and this is when his six-yer-old, who had been with her two other siblings in the car, decided to jump out with her dad so she could hold an umbrella up for him while he fixed the punctured tyre.
"I had a puncture on the N2 today was with 3 kids. My 6-year-old girl insisted on carrying an umbrella for me, we both soaked coz 'twas windy too. After we done, in the car, she asks "Ngikusizile angithi Baba?" Shed my first tear of the year," wrote the touched dad.
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