- Marcelle Rene Byrnes recently shared a post online applauding Innocent Malange for his hard work
- Innocent spends his time filling potholes up with sand on a busy road in Limpopo, according to Marcelle's post
- Marcelle shared an image of Innocent accompanying the post and another image of the road after Innocent's work
Marcelle Rene Byrnes took to Facebook to applaud a young man by the name of Innocent Malange for filling potholes up. According to Marcelle, Innocent gives back to the community by filling potholes on Vleifontein Road (Limpopo) with sand.
Marcelle stated that Innocent always has a smile on his face and is a hard worker, adding that the young man does all the hard work out of the goodness of his heart. Marcelle thanked Innocent for making the roads safe for motorists.
The post was shared to Facebook's #ImStaying group where Stayers shared messages of love and encouragement for Innocent.
Read Marcelle's full post below:
"A huge shout-out to an amazing young man Innocent Malange for giving back to the community by means of filling the potholes with sand on the Vleifontien Road (LIMPOPO) which makes driving much easier. Innocent always has a smile on his face. Is an extremely hard worker. All this hard work is done purely from his heart.
"On behalf of myself and possibly many other motorists travelling that road. Thank you so much for your hard work and effort. Innocent you are appreciated more than you realise..."
Briefly News took to the comments section to see what some South Africans had to say:
"Salute to him, hard work never killed anybody big up bro"
Michael Zwelethu Hlophe:
"Outstanding! Hope the powers that be can give him a monthly stipend seeing that they are failing dismal in delivering the services to the motorists who are paying license fees annually and road levy through petrol on a daily basis. Thumbs up to the young man."
"Great job Innocent! God bless you."
Fhatu Wa Maumane:
In other news, Briefly News reported on Mosala Lawrence who is a firefighter for the Botshabelo Fire Brigade. Mosala stated in a post shared online that he and two other people from his shift worked together to fix a massive pothole that has caused people to lose their tyres.
Mosala said that the pothole was between Botshabelo and Bloemfontein on the N8 highway. Mosala long with Jonathan Boucher and Clinton Lemmetjies decided to take matters into their own hands.
The group of firefighters bought bags of concrete mix which they used to fix the pothole.
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