- Young South African teachers decided to do a bit of good for their community and their school
- While the school's are not opened yet, they all gathered there to clean it up together in preparation for next week
- Mzansi absolutely loved it, many of them taking to the comment section to share messages of support
A group of teachers recently decided to do a bit of good for the school where they work. Taking to Facebook's ImStaying group, Olumio BataMkela Johannes shared pictures of the group of teachers doing the cleanup.
"Together We Can Do This. Hellow Stayers Today Us As Young Educators We Decided To Go And Clean Our School Before We Do Admissions. We Pray For Permanent Posts. We Are Staying Mzantsi," he captioned the heartwarmng post.
Stayers absolutely loved the gesture. Many of them took to the comment section to share their thoughts. Read a few of them below.
Thabisa Adjei said:
"This is beautiful. May the Lord bless you with permanent posts in Jesus name."
Noxolo Twalo said:
"This is great. I pray that God can bless the works of your hands."
Nolugcobo Mafanya said:
"Well done guys and God has already heard your prayers and all shall be well with you, letters for those permanent posts are on the way in Jesus name we believe and we trust"
Esta Hattingh said:
"Wonderful to see learners take responsibility for cleaning around their school."
Lynn Brown Brammer said:
"AWESOME! This is what we need to see at all schools. Learners taking pride in their schools."
In other Briefly.co.za news, a local dad recently shared a heartfelt post about getting to live with his daughter. According to the Twitter post that was made by Mr_Ndash, he had just picked his child up for her first day living with him.
"New beginnings. Just picked my daughter today for our official moving in and Living together, just the 2 of us #daddydaughter definitely scary but exciting times. I’m grateful to her mother for trusting me and giving me this opportunity to live and raise 247, my child ," he warmly captioned the Twitter post.
South Africans were truly touched by the Twitter post. Many of them took to the comment section to share their thoughts about the loving dad and his adorable little daughter.
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