South African Peeps Share What They Are Most Proud of in 2022: “Found Myself a Job, I’m Independent”

South African Peeps Share What They Are Most Proud of in 2022: “Found Myself a Job, I’m Independent”

  • South Africans went online to answer a question about what they were the proudest of in 2022
  • The year has had many turbulent times for the country, but some people have some good news to tell
  • The responses to the questions varied from inspirational and exciting news to funny jokes and to some negativity

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South Africans went on the socials to share what they were proudest of for the year 2022, and tons of peeps were eager to share what was and is happening in their lives.

Mzansi shared what they were the proudest of in 2022.
Mzansi shared what they were the proudest of in 2022, and the answers were quite interesting. Images: Tim Robberts/ Getty Images
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The year has not been the best year for Mzansi in general. Many national incidents made the lives of many difficult, such as the KZN floods that happened earlier in the year. The current problem that is gripping the nation is Eskom, with some people not having power for hours.

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While adding insult to injury. South Africa is also gripped by political scandals around the ruling government. Nevertheless, the spirit of SA peeps stays strong, and some folks had some good news to share.

Briefly News took to Facebook to ask an interesting question:

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Briefly question

The answers peeps gave ranged from positive to negative and absolute hilarity. See the comments below:

Kefilwe Fifi Portia said:

"Found myself a job, I'm independent. All thanks to my daughter's prayers "

Gugu MaGwala Letsie mentioned:

"Absolutely nothing This year was a waste for me, full all pain and hardships I really can't wait for it to end."

Comci C McWolf commented:

"Proud that I'm still alive and kicking that's the most blessing ever, thanks to God "

Lungañí Ibra Cele shared:

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"At least I'm still pushing otherwise, there's nothing tangible "

Pheladie Kgadi Ya Masogana posted:

"Being able to study while taking care of my newborn baby. All the sleepless nights will be worth it."

Siya Maluleka said:

"Building a beautiful house For my mom."

Cbahleh Bahleh mentioned:

"Nothing It's been a tough year for me."

Nelly Mthombeni shared:

"Nothing bad happened to me and my family, and I thank God for that."

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In another story, Briefly News previously reported that one sneaky man had amused netizens shaking their heads after sharing a video of how he played a trick on a little girl during feeding time.

In the footage, Thandokwakhe Mseleku (@thando_comedy) is seen carrying the girl on his lap with a small yoghurt cup and teaspoon in his hands.

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Siphesihle Luthango Siphesihle Luthango is an up-and-coming journalist and an experienced English teacher. He holds a Bachelors of Social Science majoring in Journalism and International Studies (Cum laude) from IIE MSA. He has a passion for telling human interest stories and joined the Briefly News team in August 2022. He enjoys watching documentaries and reading current affairs and philosophical books.

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