- A South African farmer named Sibusiso Mogale is a true example of inspiration as he is enjoying success despite being born without hands
- Having no hands has not discouraged Sibusiso, who is based in Mpumalanga and was raised by a single mother
- The 33-year-old has no hands but Mogale is an inspiration to many locals as he grew up without a father as well
A South African farmer named Sibusiso Mogale from Mpumalanga has defied all odds as he is enjoying the fruits of his toil even though he has a severe disability.
According to a post shared on social media by Kasi Economy on Twitter, Mogale is a farmer based in Mpumalanga and was born without both hands.
It should be mentioned that he was raised by an unemployed mother when his father was jailed and they had to relocate to another province to find a means of living.
Looking at his story, Mogale has inspired many and social media users have also shared their thoughts on the 33-year-old’s bravery and drive to succeed. Kasi Economy posted:
“Meet Sibusiso Mogale (33) a farmer from MP (Mpumalanga), born without hands. He was raised by an unemployed single mother. His father was in jail. He had to move to another province because schools in MP were rejecting him due to his disability and through his hard work, he's inspired many in his area.”
“This is inspiring.”
Although the post was shared on the social media application on Monday morning, it was yet to attract more attention from the followers.
At th time of publishing this article, the post had 157 likes and 49 retweets and there is no doubt that Mogale’s resilience to strive for success will definitely touch many lives.
Meanwhile, Briefly News reported on a story where one man is already living out his dream - and it was just the beginning for the ambitious young man.
Christo Thurston took to social media to share the inspiring story of Rolivhuwa Muhashela. Briefly News learned that Muhashela revealed on his Twitter account that he graduated with a diploma in Animal Science.
However, he has been dabbling vegetable farming after securing a lease on land consisting of at least 70 hectares.
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Source: Briefly News