- A proud older sister recently headed to Twitter to share a lovely post about her hardworking younger brother
- In her post, she included pictures of the 18-year-old hard at work welding beautifully-made house gates
- Many loved the post and her brother's work, each complimenting him in the comment section
Sibling love is a love like no other. A proud older sister recently headed to her personal Twitter page to share a heartwarming post about her hardworking younger brother, who is very talented indeed.
Taking to the app, NcaneCele shared a post about her 18-year-old brother who is a very skilled and talented burglar-proof gate maker. Her heartwarming post includes pictures of the teen hard at work creating a burglar gate masterpiece.
"Little brother's work. He is only 18 years old," she wrote very proudly in the inspirational Twitter post.
Twitter users were highly impressed by the post, liking it over 9 500 times. many of them also headed to the comment section to compliment the young man on his work and also ask him about doing some work for their homes.
Read a few of their most interesting comments below:
"The best thing you can do as the family is to support him. Support him. Make sure he masters his skill and never quits his hustle to work for someone else."
"Well done to him it's inspiring to see young people creating opportunities for themselves"
"Self-employment is the way to go in this economy.. He is doing very well well for himself."
In similar inspiring Briefly.co.za news, a South African lady has served as a shining example of where dedication and determination can get you in life. Vuyokazi 'Vuyo' Mntuyedwa shared a heartwarming post on Facebook's ImStaying about how she finally got her PhD after undergoing many challenges.
"On 18 Dec 2020, I received my Ph.D. degree at UWC after so many challenges that have delayed my progress. I have told myself one thing, regardless of the delays but am going to get my PhD degree one day because am not a failure.
"I did not quit, or dropout because I knew that as a black young woman I am capable of finishing this PhD. So I want to encourage everyone that, Never ever give up on your Dreams the Devil and the circumstances can delay you But don’t lose focus.
"I walk tall every day these days as Dr M my new academic title. I salute my perseverance all the time and resilience. #DrM #PhDStory #ImStaying" she wrote proudly.
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