Cape Town Man’s Facebook Post of 4 Pics of Apartment Showing Mzansi Humble Beginnings Earn Him Applause

Cape Town Man’s Facebook Post of 4 Pics of Apartment Showing Mzansi Humble Beginnings Earn Him Applause

  • A man from Cape Town decided to show people how he was getting a start on his home-keeping skills
  • The new homemaker posted pictures of his home and asked Facebookers for suggestions on how he could improve
  • Mzansi netizens who saw the post were kind enough to help the man with ideas for his house to look better

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A man posted some pictures on Facebook to show his home. The Cape Town gent showed people how he is making the best of it with the little he has.

Cape Town man's apartment
A guy in Cape Town shared Facebook pictures of his apartment and wanted people to rate it. Image: Sikho Masiza Mkhiwa
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Online users commented on the post that they were impressed by what he has done with his apartment so far. People encouraged him and said he would get to a better place with hard work.

South African man shows off living space in Facebook post

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Sikho Masiza Mkhiwa wanted to improve his living space and asked for help on Facebook. In a post on the Facebook group, Make your bedroom beautiful with Thembi's Linen, the man said:

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"Humble beginnings and current picture. What to change? Can I keep these curtains or get myself some blinds? Thanks in advance."

South Africans give man's home raving reviews

Mzansi peeps love to see other's homes and how they are decorated. A few netizens recommended the man finds a way to remove the groceries from the floor, but the man said everything on the floor is now in a cupboard he bought later. People also loved his curtains and urged him to keep them.

Eulender Kubayi commented:

"Keep them [curtains], they are nice."

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Khanyisile Rangoanasha commented:

"Keep them I see nothing wrong."

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"They are not bad at all, they match with your bedding."

Phelo Gologolo commented:

"Keep them for now, get some other furniture first. When you have every you need/ want for your room, only then you can replace the curtains, but for now keep them."

Eulender Kubayi commented:

"Keep them, they are nice."

Khanyisile Rangoanasha commented:

"Keep them I see nothing wrong."

Thabiso Waka Ndlovu Mavetane commented:

"Choose one curtain and duvet bra yami."

Portia Refiloe Mafa commented:

"This reminds me of my room my stuff are on the floor too."

Conty Malapa commented:

"Get blinds, it will be nice."

"Absolutely amazing": Lady's elaborately decorated shack has SA praising her

Briefly News reported that one woman who lives in a shack showed people how she turned it into a home. Facebookers were fascinated to see how the homemaker organised her place.

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The post was a hit and got hundreds of likes. People were kind enough to share honest reviews about her shack.

People were honest in the comments section. Netizens said she did a great job, and some suggested that she add colour to the room. Some even tried to help her arrange the living space better.

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Rutendo Masasi (Human-Interest editor) Rue Masasi is a Human Interest and Entertainment writer at Briefly News who graduated with a BA (Hons) in English from Rhodes University in 2018. Rue also has 2 years of experience in journalism and over four years of experience as an online ESL teacher. She has also passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative. You can reach her via email: