- A Johannesburg man stunned social media when he revealed that he scored big this year by buying a new car and house and landing his dream job
- Peeps praised him for his achievements with many saying that he is a perfect role model for the youth of South Africa
- The teacher, technician and aspiring DJ stated that despite hardships he soldiered through and was rewarded with well-deserved riches
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A Johannesburg teacher, technician, aspirant DJ and self-confessed doting father showed Mzansi that hard work does indeed pay off. A global pandemic has not slowed @Psyfo_Malembe down as he has managed to buy a new car and house and landed his dream job over the last year, a feat that many would struggle to attain.
He took to social media to list his achievements and peeps were left inspired.
He posted images of himself standing next to his new car and of his picturesque new home.
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“So proud of you.”
“Congratulations bro, love to see it.”
“Well done and God bless.”
@nathi1036 praised him for his fighting spirit:
“2021 was your year, keep pushing soldier.”
“Congratulations, God was with you this year, it was your time.”
“In the middle of the pandemic, yoh usebenzile mnumzana, congratulations.”
“You won this year.”
Many tweeps felt that he is perfect role model material.
“Nice one, brother. I am looking up to you.”
@Psyfo_Malembe thanked his supporters for their kind words.
“Thank you very much, brother man.”
Mzansi’s richest: A look at the 5 wealthiest South Africans in 2021
Briefly News previously reported that South Africa might be a developing country but it has no shortage of super wealthy people.
A handful of people in Mzansi are so rich they are dollar billionaires. Briefly News decided to take a look at the five wealthiest people in South Africa.
Coming in at the top of the list is Nicky Oppenheimer and his family.
According to data by Statista, Oppenheimer is worth an impressive $8 billion - which is an estimated R113.6 billion. Oppenheimer made his billions through the diamond business.
The list continues, which you can find in Briefly News' full article on SA's richest.
Source: Briefly News