Cape Town Woman’s TikTok Video of Moving Into Apartment Impresses Mzansi: “You Living the Dream”

Cape Town Woman’s TikTok Video of Moving Into Apartment Impresses Mzansi: “You Living the Dream”

  • A Cape Town woman's TikTok video documenting her move into a new apartment has captured the hearts of Mzansi
  • In the video, she shared her journey of hard work and determination, from setting her goals to making them a reality
  • Speaking to Briefly News, the young content creator said that her videos show people that no matter how hard things may seem, they can still turn out well in the end

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A young woman from Cape Town flexes buying a new apartment.
A Cape Town woman shared her achievement of buying her apartment in a video. Images: @mapholivanessa/TikTok
Source: TikTok

A young woman from Cape Town took to TikTok to share a video of her moving into a sparkling new apartment.

Cape Town woman's apartment video

With excitement in her heart, @mapholivanessa decided to capture the momentous occasion on her TikTok page. In her video, she shared her journey of unboxing packages and furniture she purchased being delivered to her door. As the post circulated, people from all walks of life celebrated her success.

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This young woman's story is a testament to hard work, determination and the thrill of achieving your dreams. Her TikTok journey not only documented her move but also became an inspiration for others.

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In an exclusive comment to Briefly News, Mapholi Muano says:

"I talked about failing at the University of Johannesburg and how I went to a different university to start again.
"On TikTok, I share real stories about what it's really like to grow up. Many people on social media make it seem like growing up is easy and always goes smoothly, but that's not true.
"My content is all about showing that even when life is tough and feels like climbing mountains or going through valleys, in the end, things get better.

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"My videos about moving to a new place are meant to prove that things work out fine, just like how I showed my own struggles turning into success."

Watch the video below:

Mzansi joins celebration

Her story was a heartening reminder that success is worth celebrating and that dreams can come true. Heartwarming comments filled the comment section with well-wishers cheering her on for achieving her goals and finding her place:

@lottymogaila said:

"I followed you from Day 1, I’m 34 still looking for permanent employment."

@bridgette commented:

"You’re so inspiring! Keep going."

@NEZIPHO shared:

"Inspired, can't believe I’m your friend."

@katsow Motshegwa postivivty:

"Next year you're buying a car, my love."

@K applauded:

"Congratulations. You’ve definitely won and conquered this life thing."

@Just keto shared:

"How do you guys buy all this furniture in one go?"

@Andy said:

"Not you living my dream."

@Wame praised:

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"You're definitely that one TikTokker who feels like an older sister and is always an inspiration that all will work out."

Woman flexes lush home

In similar stories, Briefly News reported about a beautiful lady who showcased her stylish pad using neutral tones as her go-to colours.

TikTok user @Misskeratilwe's elegant and fashionable sense has impressed netizens who loved her interior design.

The decor had peeps shocked by her sophistication while some said it was because she has no kids.

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Source: Briefly News

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Trisha Pillay (Weekend current affairs editor) Trisha Pillay is a Current Affairs writer at Briefly News. She has a degree in Journalism from the University of Johannesburg and an Honours degree in International Politics from UNISA. She joined ENCA straight out of varsity and completed an internship at the channel. Pillay later went on to cover politics, crime, entertainment, and current affairs at the Citizen Newspaper. She joined Newzroom Afrika in 2019 and became a senior bulletin editor for shows focused on politics and current affairs on the channel. She joined Briefly News in 2023. You can contact her at trisha.pillay@briefly.co.za

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