- A South African man who is currently working abroad recently shared what he does to cure his homesickness
- According to a heartwarming post, he cooks his favourite Mzansi meals that warmly remind him of home
- Many locals headed to the comment section to share messages of support and encouragement in the comment section
A young South African man working abroad recently shared a heartfelt post in Facebook's IImStaying group. Parker UmZulu Omhlope Webb shared that when he feels homesick, he cooks himself some traditional South African meals.
"I LOVE South Africans! Sadly I haven't been living in South Africa this year. Work took me back overseas to my and I miss South Africa immensely. It's going to be a while before I move back.
"Last week I felt a strong craving for Biltong. I'm obviously not a master of the craft, but I'm very pleased with how it turned out! It tastes proper! I used a coriander based seasoning with a little bit of dill and crushed red chili flakes. Anyways.
"I miss South Africa every day. I cant wait until I move back. There was one tuckshop in particular at the taxi rank in kwa-Santi (umbhedula) that I loved! The magwinya was always my favorite! So I've been practicing making my own,"
He then goes on to explain how he loves SA food, also asking locals to share other recipes with him. Read a few of their responses below.
Ntokozo Mvalo said:
"Nice one mfowethu."
Zinhle Ntinga-Mwelase said:
"Did you really make all these yourself?, I'm speechless. WOW, you good dear."
In similar heartwarming 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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