- A local lady shared a sweet tribute to her dad through a post on social media and peeps are here for it
- @Zamathenjwa_'s dad came through for her by taking her to the airport through back routes and getting her there 15 minutes before boarding
- Her sweet post gathered over 7 000 likes on Twitter as locals showered her and her dad with love
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Twitter user @Zamathenjwa_ shared her love for her dad through a post on social media. According to the young lady, her dad came through for her in her time of need as she prepared to go to the airport.
She explained that the N3 was packed but luckily, her dad knew some back routes. Thanks to her father, @Zamathenjwa_ was able to make it all the way to the airport with a whole 15 minutes to spare.
She added an image of her dad driving to accompany her sweet story. Peeps lived for her love for her dad as they showered them both with compliments in the comment section.
Take a look at her post below:
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Read some of the comments shared by Saffas:
"My father was a truck driver all his life and he knows directions from the top of his head. Once you mention where you are stuck and the old man will direct you till you see your way. Our dads don’t need GPS' like us."
"Dads are heavenly sent."
"God bless your father. I wish to be like him!! Such things that we should learn from as we grow up."
"Having a present dad is priceless."
@eversmilingguy responded with:
"Responsible, present fathers aren't appreciated enough."
"Dads are honestly the best, be it biological or not."
Proud daughter impresses Mzansi with dad's stunning handiwork: "I want it"
Previously, Briefly News reported that social media user Adziana couldn't resist showing off her father's impressive woodwork through a series of images and videos that she posted online. The proud daughter shared examples of her father's work ranging from beautiful kitchen sets to stylish built-in cupboards and Mzansi can't seem to get enough.
Her father, who is based in Midrand, travels between Gauteng and Limpopo where his skills with a hammer and a bit of wood is enough to leave South Africans in awe.
Saffas soon made their way to the comments section of the post. Adziana engaged with multiple commenters who expressed their amazement and support for the hardworking craftsman.