- Two local nurses recently headed to Facebook to share a heartwarming post about their dedication to their work
- The post includes a picture of the nurses who promise to offer love and care to those they help
- Many thanked the nurses for their hard work, dedication, and passion for their jobs
In this day and age, health care workers are the ones who we are depending on the most to help us get through the worldwide Covid-19 pandemic. This is why when a health care worker shares how much they care, Mzansi stans, the same way they did with Modupi Madiehe Jr who shared a heartwarming post in Facebook's ImStaying.
The post is basically a way of reassuring those that they work with that they are there to offer the best service. They also said that the patient they work with will always receive love and care, the way it should be with nurses.
"Hi, stayers. We don't have a lot to offer BUT LOVE AND CARE. MALE NURSES AT YOUR SERVICE . U made a good choice to stay.#IMSTAYING," wrote the nurse.
Stayers had this to say:
Karen Tuck said:
"You guys are fantastic, thank you for caring"
Nkosana Mokoena said:
"Keep up the good work gents"
Bebe Henry said:
"Did you receive those jackets as head boys at the nursing college"
Thamie Malambendle Mthandeki said:
"You are amazing!! And you are appreciated"
Refilwe Simphiwe Moletsi said:
"You are amazing, we appreciate you, we keep you in our prayers... Salute"
Dimitra Michalakis said:
"Wow there are more, more male nurse's nowadays in my days it was taboo thank heavens times are changing"
In more Briefly.co.za news, one man's trash is another man's treasure and for this South African man, this could not be any more true. Heading online a hardworking man shared how he turns trash into his own very special kind of treasure.
@Makatjane3 took to Twitter to share how he goes through dumpsites and trash to find old bottles that he uses to turn into decorative pieces for people's homes. He also shared pictures of his beautiful work with his impressed followers.
"When you see me at the dumping side, just know I will be collecting bottles to transform them into Decor products," he captioned the heartwarming and inspiring Twitter post recently.
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