- A South African man recently headed to Twitter to proudly show off his RDP house
- In the heartwarming Twitter post, he explains how not many would be proud but to him it's a really big deal
- Many locals headed to the comment section to share thoughtful and supportive messages with the humble man
A South African man recently headed online to show people that appreciating even the littlest things in one's life can bring so much joy. Taking to Twitter, he shared some pictures of his dainty yet beautiful RDP home.
In the caption of the post, @ChrisExcel102 writes that not many would be as proud as he is of the RDP house but for him personally, it means so much that he has his very own place that he can call his home - something he considers an achievement.
"Maybe to some this might not be an achievement since it's an RDP house. But to me, this means a lot...#Intliziyo," she captioned the heartwaming pictures of her beautiful home.
Soon the post received over 700 likes. Many locals also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts. Read a few of their encouraging and supportive comments below:
"Mr President, congratulations. We are lifting COVIDDDDD-19 Rules of Black Twitter and throw a party tonight, or kanjani? #Intliziyo."
"Can we get married?This is more than an achievement. Beautiful."
"Now you can say "mo ke haka" with your chest."
"This is a big achievement it's your house, your title deed, and you're happy that's all that matters.I'm turning 32 this year and I bought my first house last year and it's also an RDP house.It's what I can afford and is happy to be a homeowner. Congratulations."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, a local man from Soshanguve, Pretoria with the Twitter handle @justicemahole3 recently decided to take a leap forward and start his internet provider business - an internet café.Taking to Twitter, @KasiEconomy shared the news, also looking for people to support the young man.
"This young man from Soshanguve, Pretoria opened his own Internet Café business in a shack. Please retweet. Let's make him famous," the page captioned the heartwarming Twitter post.
Many people obviously found the post super inspiring, liking it over 9 000 times. Many of them also headed to the comment section to share how motivated they were by the young man, who is fearlessly pursuing his dreams.
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