- A South African journalist recently celebrated his birthday with a super special birthday cake
- The journalist loved the cake that was designed to look like a newspaper clipping complete with a picture of him and an "article"
- Locals loved the cake almost as much as he did, each taking to the comment section to compliment the talented baker
A young South African journalist with the Twitter handle, @SihleMlambo_ recently celebrated his birthday. What made the day even more special than it was has got to be his cake, which was designed to look like a newspaper clipping.
The creative cake features a picture of himself as a child, a headline announcing his birthday, and even an article comprised of super sweet birthday wishes from his thoughtful and loving family members.
"You CAN have your cake and eat it. My birthday cake was pretty dope. ICYW: Made by allcakesbyclaire_ on IG," he captioned the wonderous post about the special birthday cake.
The heartwarming post received nearly 200 likes and a number of retweets. His followers had this to say about the special cake:
"This is so thoughtful. Happy birthday."
"Explain panikeni and makherotti"
"Dope indeed, there I was thinking your mom is calling you Chile kanti uthi Chle"
"So cute. I love the messages so much, maara being precious as a mask takes the cup for me"
"This is awesome. Must have hurt to cut it though."
"This is brilliant and so thoughtful! Love it!"
In other heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, South Africa is with people who have only good intentions. John Semenya is one of them. He recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying to share a touching post about an initiative he has taken to help other people.
According to his post, he has started a drive that will see him give away sanitary pads, toiletries, and even clothes to the less fortunate in his community. In the post, he also adds that he is very happy doing what he can to help them.
"I'm happy with what I'm doing, I'm driving my own initiative called #ImDoingItForTheCommunity donating sanitary pads, toiletries, and clothes to my fellow community members that need them the most. #ImStaying," he wrote.
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