- A local woman living with a disability shared a heartwarming post about a helpful social worker
- In the post, she explains how the social worker motivated her to move forward in life
- Many South Africans shared supportive messages with both the young woman and the social worker
A young South African woman, Nokuzola Mamane Kakaza Zungula, recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying to share a heartfelt post about a social worker who had pushed her to achieve many things and live beyond her disability.
"Hey, Stayers. Being in a wheelchair made me question numerous things just not my life, I don't have any excuses for things I cannot do and my strength is seen and not heard. The lady next to me on this post is a social worker and she is one of the reasons I was able to make it in life and that's why I will forever be a Stayer."
She then goes on to explain how the social worker "came to her rescue" and helped her make a name for herself, adding that most of the amazing things she was able to achieve were only possible because of the selfless nurse.
"Sisi ngiyabonga for being my voice and my legs. May the greatest odds be ever in your favour and Almighty continue to use you in benefit to others.
"There wouldn't be me without you and I am a graduate and a professional model because of you and I've learned to live and share my experience with others. How can I leave this beautiful country after achieving so much?" she wrote.
Meanwhile, Stayers had this to say:
Ous Moeder Josephine Selebano said:
"Nokuzola jou mooi ding."
Dawn Lehmann said:
"You’re amazing! I’m in awe of your attitude and courage."
In other heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, a hardworking lady with the Twitter handle @HustleQueen01 has generated massive reactions online after sharing photos of the tiling work she did on a client's bathroom.
The lady said she was able to finish the work on Sunday, January 3. In a post she made on the same day, the tiler attached the 'before' and 'after' photos of the restroom. The first and second frames show the bathroom in a very rough state while the third reveals the lady's finished work.
As her tweet went viral, many people came to her comment section to assess what she did. While many commended her, others said that there are still some imperfections that leave much to be desired.
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