- A local woman recently headed online to share a touching post about a student who has been singing for people to raise money for his varsity fees
- In the post, the woman explains that after spotting the young man working his hustle, she stepped up and offered some assistance
- Many locals absolutely loved the post and shared various heartwarming comments in the replies section
Sometimes life offers us an opportunity when we open ourselves up to it. An innovative and creative young man just realised this after he was spotted by someone in a position to help him while singing for people in order to raise money for his school fees.
Taking to Twitter, the helper, a woman with the Twitter handle @mfazomnyama_, shared how she had spotted the young man asking people whether he could sing for them in exchange for money to go towards paying for his university fees - and then she stepped up to help.
"So I bumped into this talented young man in Sandton today who was asking people to sing for them so that he could raise funds to clear his university debt. He’s going into final year of Supply Chain & Logistics. After my contribution I figured, I know a bigger community..." the helpful woman wrote in a post.
The woman also asked other people in the position to help to please do so. Soon many locals were commending her, and the innovative young student. Read a few of their comments below:
"I love the fact that he's doing something about it."
"Hey, will make a payment tomorrow morning. #WeAreTheVillage"
In other heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, another beautiful young South African woman is proving to other young ladies with dreams that anything is possible if you set your mind to it. Heading to LinkedIn, Azia Adande shared some amazing news - she was just admitted as an attorney of the High Court.
In her post, Adande explains that it took her four years to complete her law degree, four board exams and two years of doing her articles but she finally completed it all in the end and can now celebrate being a successful attorney. She also included some beautiful pics of herself looking stunning outside the courthouse.
"4 years of LLB, 4 board exams, and 2 years of articles = Admitted Attorney of the High Court of SA," she wrote happily.
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