- A young South African man recently received his Honours degree in accounting and thought the best way to celebrate was to do some good
- According to an inspirational post by his father, the young man decided to give food to the needy to celebrate
- Many locals commended and congratulated the son and his family for doing such a good deed
A young man recently passed with his Honours in accounting and was looking to celebrate the momentous occasion. According to a post made by his dad, Vani Archary in Facebook's ImStaying, this is when he decided the best way to celebrate would be to donate food to the needy.
"My son passed with his Honours in accounting and is now a CA trainee. So he decided he wanted to do something different to honour his passing he decided to feed about 60 people who are desperate for a meal and he randomly gave out money to the poor who stood at robots.
"I am so proud of this young man. We served them rice with sugar beans and mince and a cup of Oros juice. Their blessing was enough for us," wrote the proud dad in the Facebook post.
Locals absolutely loved it. Many of them headed to the comment section to share kind words. Read some of them below:
Mashadi Ramaepadi said:
"Congratulations to your son for his achievements and may God continue to bless his heart and his work."
Jolene February-Jones said:
"Congrats young man with your caring heart be blessed going forward."
Joseph Nefdt said:
"You have raised him well. We need all parents to be like you. God bless."
In similar inspirational Briefly.co.za news, a young woman recently became a beacon of hope for the small percentage of matriculants that did not pass for 2020. Taking to Twitter, the young lady with the handle, @MimiiZwane shared how she had failed her first attempt at passing matric back in 2019.
In the heartbreaking post, she also explains how her failure nearly led to her giving up on herself but instead, she braced herself and tried again in 2020. This time she not only passed but did so with Admission to Bachelors.
"Failed matric in 2019 and felt like giving up but 2020 god came through❤️I’m so proud of myself #matric congratulations to the class of 2020," she wrote obviously overjoyed by the good news that she just received.
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