- Xolelwa Xoly Mehlomakulu revealed that her gogo turned an astounding 100 years old
- She took to the Facebook group #ImStaying to share the good news
- It didn't take long for people to wish the gogo a happy birthday and soon she had over 18 000 reactions and almost 2 000 birthday wishes
It is not every day that someone lives long enough to hit triple digits. This gogo scored a century and Mzansi celebrated the amazing milestone.
Xolelwa Xoly Mehlomakulu took to the Facebook group #ImStaying to share the good news about her gogo turning 100.
She changed her Facebook cover photo to celebrate her gogo and you can see that the old lady had a lot of people who love her.
Mehlomakulu revealed that she had turned 100 on the 24th of April and was gifted with a beautiful cake.
"She was turning 100 yesterday, I thank the Almighty for keeping her for us."
Facebook users loved the post and at the time of writing, it had an astounding 18 000 reactions and almost 2 000 comments.
Chakie Mshalis Ndesi:
"God forgot to give her wrinkles she looks younger than 100 years, happy belated birthday Gogo."
"Happy 100th Birthday sister. ❤❤ May God bless you with good health my love in Jesus name. Amen."
Despina Pachos Karakizos:
"God Bless you granny, Happy birthday !!! Wishing you many more to come full of health, joy and all the best!!!!"
Earlier, Briefly News reported that it was celebrations all around as three stunning South African gogos reach 100, 98 and 96 years old. In separate posts shared to the #ImStaying group on Facebook, Millicent Phokoane, Nkami Penyana and Merlize Kock are celebrating their grandmothers' and mothers' birthdays.
Millicent's gogo turned 100, Nkami's mother turned 98 and Merlize's gogo turned 96. Each grandmother looks absolutely stunning in their own way and none of them looks as though they are anywhere near the ages they've turned.
The comments left under the #ImStaying posts were positive and loving.
In similar news, Briefly News previously reported on an independent gogo who turned 95. Tshepang Bridgette Minyuku said her gogo looks young and strong and walks unassisted. She does everything herself, cook,s cleans and washes her own clothes.
Her gran even gave her R5 when she brought her a cake to say thank you for making her day special.
She added that she is "a grandmother that my mother left on earth to continue with motherly duties."
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