Sassa Grant and Part-Time Hairdressing Gig Help Unemployed South African Woman Furnish Her Shack

Sassa Grant and Part-Time Hairdressing Gig Help Unemployed South African Woman Furnish Her Shack

  • This woman shared pictures of her humble shack on a popular Facebook group and had many feeling inspired
  • She explained how she managed to furnish her humble home off a Sassa grant and a part-time hairdressing gig
  • Mzansi people took to the comments to congratulate her progress and share how her resilience is inspiring

A young woman's Facebook post about the remarkable transformation of her humble shack showcases the power of resilience and hard work.

This woman managed to furnish her humble home off a Sassa grant and a part-time hairdressing gig
This woman inspired other people who are struggling to keep pushing. Image: Mamoabi Modiehi
Source: Facebook

The woman shares pictures of her challenging journey, emphasising the difficulties she faced while surviving through hairdressing and relying on social assistance.

Woman inspires with humble shack

In a heartwarming Facebook post that has captured the attention of the online community, a young woman shared her incredible journey of updating her modest shack. Posted in the popular group Make Your Bedroom Beautiful ️with Thembi's Linen, the woman's pictures depict a home that has evolved through sheer determination and resilience.

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The images showcase the woman's humble beginnings in a small shack with minimal furniture that symbolises something far greater than it looks. The post is a testament to the transformative power of hard work and perseverance.

In her caption, the woman candidly shares her challenges, including the struggle of being unemployed and surviving on part-time hairdressing and a Sassa grant.

Take a look:

Mzansi claps for woman's unwavering strength

Mzansi citizens have flooded the comments section with applause and messages of inspiration, commending the woman for her persistence and expressing how her story is a source of motivation.

Read some of the comments:

Khumalo Thatoyamodimo Nontombi clapped:

“You have a fully furnished house only by Sassa and hairdressing, hayi, cc, you're good at saving. Give me tips.”

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Rebecca Moloi spreads love:

“Well done, may GOD bless your hairdressing business for more income.”

Nèxy Justoh said:

“It's beautiful ”

Thembisa Mancana

“Well done, cc very need and clean ”

Penelope Gumede was inspired:

“Very impressive! God bless your hustle.”

Humble man celebrates small win, buys a fridge for his 1-room home

Briefly News reported that no win is too small to celebrate, especially if you worked hard. One young man bought himself a fridge and was bursting with pride and gratitude.

Often, we forget how blessed we are because society puts too much pressure on people to continue to strive for unattainable goals. Seeing this young man celebrate his fridge is a reminder to be grateful for the small things.

Twitter user Justice Sibusiso Mashele shared a few pictures of his one-room home to celebrate the fridge he just bought for himself. While having a fridge might seem like a given to some, to Justice, it is a dream come true.

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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: