- A stunning teacher posted pics of herself on Twitter which started a fierce debate between male tweeps
- Some of them were questioning how the students passed in her class with a clear distraction in the room
- Others complained that what she was wearing was a distraction and possibly a violation of dress code
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A gorgeous teacher posted a message on Twitter about how she has a love/hate relationship with her job.
Her message is not what got people's attention, it was her stunning figure and her beautiful face. Many South African men took the comments section with some wondering how anyone managed to focus on their work in her class.
Here are some of the hilarious reactions that were shared in the comments section as Mzansi men slid into the conversation:
Man reshares old post with bae as things don't work out: "Hectic"
"X is equal to negative b plus or minus the square root of b squared minus 4a multiplied by c , all over 2a."
"You are parabolically shaped, I'd define you as y= x^2 , for me to find values of X I will use the equation above. Can I please shift the graph upwards by 1 unit sisi wami?"
"Now I understand why kids fail at school... I wouldn't be shocked if the Matric results would drop."
"Ethics and code of conduct, SACE intervene pls. I'm a teacher myself but I can't go to work like this. It's a big no. You are killing this generation you are not building."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Khanyi Mbau is on a mission to help the youth of Mzansi to achieve their dreams through education.It's a no from us: Mzansi reacts to pic of bizarre bathroom design
Joining forces with businessman Tim Hogins, the pair are committed to funding young people’s education and finding them employment and mentorship programmes.
Hogins is the successful CEO of Green Outdoor Gyms. The businessman went from being a security guard to becoming the owner of a multi-million-rand company.
Speaking to Briefly.co.za, Hogins explained that the ZA Youth Movement (ZAYM) was created to empower, employ and protect Mzansi youth. According to him, the initiative was accessible to anyone from 12 to 40 years of age regardless of race or gender.
In other news, W#watching your child achieve greatness despite life's many obstacles is a feeling like no other. A proud SA mom, Tina Nokuthula Muthwa, recently took to Facebook's ImStaying to share how her son is achieving great things.
Her post includes pictures of her determined boy who suffers from a physical disability. In the pictures, the young man can be seen smiling as he graduates more than once despite being unable to walk on his own.Mzansi speculates over possible return of hard level 5 lockdown
"This is my son Lwandle Nkululeko Muthwa.He was born physically challenged. Through all the challenges we had. He didn't give up. He is about to finish his Master's degree. #IM STAYING IM SO PROUD OF YOU SON. YOU ARE A LIVING TESTIMONY. MY GOD KEEP YOU AND FULFILL ALL YOUR DREAMS. YOU HAVE SHOWN US ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE. I LOVE YOU MY ONE AND ONLY SON," she captioned the post.
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