- A young man recently took to Facebook to share a heartfelt post about two guys he decided to mentor
- According to the post, both of the young men are now successful and have achieved a lot
- Locals loved the positivity, many of them sharing supportive messages in the comment section
A young man, Mafefe Moloko recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying to share a heartfelt post about how he had decided to mentor two young men. According to the post, both men are now successful and continue to reach for and achieve their goals.
" When I was misunderstood by the majority of my peers, I decided to groom these two young fellows. The aim was to instill a similar mindset, of making education a priority. To ultimately push the same agenda as a collective in order for us to change the mindset of the community, if not the world️.
"Sir Mafefe(B. Eng Civil @ UJ)(26, Green shirt) and his former learners ( Pule RakGate (B.Rad @SMU)(White shirt) and Masilo Mabetoa (B.Eng Civil @ UJ). (23) We made headlines on Briefly with Pule on the 24th of December 2019.
"We did it again with Masilo on the 4th December 2020, this time our story was also featured on eNCA, in the top 5 stories for the year 2020. In both instances, we were advocating for Ubuntu in Conjunction with Quality Education. We are very proud to finally see our vision and mission coming to life bit by bit," he writes.
He then goes on to add that the three of them had decided to have a nice braai to celebrate their achievements thus far, also saying that their community was very proud of them for all they have done.
Stayers had this to say:
Des Crossman said:
"Fantastic, well done guys, the sky is not the limit."
Juanita Beech said:
"I am sure you're an inspiration to many. Education, education and education is the way forward."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, 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.
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