Mzansi Student Builds Mom House With NSFAS Funds and 4 Other People Who Blessed Their Queens With Homes

Mzansi Student Builds Mom House With NSFAS Funds and 4 Other People Who Blessed Their Queens With Homes

  • Some Mzansi moms have been built homes by their children in thanks for raising them
  • One young woman saved her NSFAS funds to upgrade her mother's living situation
  • Another put 10 long years of hard work into building their mom a home of her own

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Moms are undoubtedly the most selfless and caring people on the planet. Many people work hard to make the women who birthed them proud and to try to repay them for all they sacrificed to raise them.

People who built their mothers' homes
Mzansi people cherish their mothers and many work hard to repay them for all they did to raise them. Image: (Twitter / Twitter user @karidas_)
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Being a mom comes with many sacrifices, but nothing is ever too big for your child. One woman saved all her NISFAS university funding and put it towards building her mother a house, while others used theirs to party.

Briefly News has covered many heartwarming stories of how grown children have gone to great lengths to build their queens' houses. Here are just five that touched the hearts of Mzansi:

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A woman, @ndamulelo98 renovated her mother's humble home into a modern house after saving her NSFAS allowance and using it to spoil her mom.

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Mzansi was wowed by what the lady was able to do just by saving her university funding money.

Take a look at the touching video:

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It may have taken her 10 years, but it was worth the wait and the hustle to see the smile on her mother's face.

Twitter user @Thlolo15March shared a heartwarming, motivational, and highly inspirational post about how she finally added the finishing touches to the house built especially for her mother.

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Advocate builds domestic worker mom a house after she worked years as breadwinner to support him

Becoming an advocate, one man knew he needed to give back to the woman who made it possible, his mother.

Having sacrificed her life and worked hard as a domestic worker to put him through school and university, this mother deserved the world, and her son did that by building her a house.

Look at this gorgeous home he builds for his mom:

Man builds luxury dream house for his special mother: "I appreciate you, mom"

One man wanted to spoil his mom with a lush home, so he did. Seeing pictures of the gorgeous house left hearts bursting.

He gave the house to his mother as a Women's Day gift, showing appreciation for all that she did for him, and still does.

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"I will take care of her": Man who endured poverty as a kid builds mom new house

Rising from poverty, one man knew that he needed to help his mother rise from it too. Building her a gorgeous new home was his way of taking her up with him.

Twitter user @karidas_ shared his heart-warming story of the journey to success. He grew up in poverty, often hearing his mom cry late at night at the thought of not being able to take care of her little boy, and this was his way of showing her that she did more than he could have ever asked for.

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Denika Herbst (Editor) Denika Herbst is a Human Interest writer at Briefly News. She is also an Industrial Sociologist with a master's degree in Industrial Organisational and Labour Studies from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, which she completed in 2020. She is now a PhD candidate at UKZN. Denika has over five years of experience writing for Briefly News (joined in 2018), and a short time writing for The South African. You can reach her via: