- Two groups of bricklayers working at a construction site showed how happy they are with their job in a video
- The men danced while packing sand with shovels as they created an amazing choreography that got reactions
- Many people who watched their video said that they need to be promoted more to show that are youths who work legally for their money
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A video has shown the moment some bricklayers turned their work site into a kind of concert, with them as performers.
Arranging themselves well, some of them shovelled up sand as they gave the content to those standing on a scaffold.
There is dignity in labour
What amazed people most was that they did all that while dancing. A bit far off was another group of labourers doing the same thing.
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A caption layered on the video said that it is really good to be happy while carrying out one's duty.
Watch their video below (swipe):
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 800 comments with more than 15,000 likes.
Check out some of the reactions below:
"There's dignity in labour... don't despise the days of small beginning."
"May God bless their handwork, be promoting this, let others be seeing it's not only fraud and rituals that youths do to make ends meet."
"It’s far better than going to steal or robbing people off their money … May God bless their hustle… stories they will tell much later in life."
"Imagine we promoted more of this, everyone would be happy to work not fraudulent."
Couples who brick lay together stay together: skilful young couple inspires Mzansi
Briefly News also reported Lerato Lubisi, 29, is a true inspiration to many women and girls as she breaks ground in the male-dominated industry of bricklaying. Not only does Lerato build with pride and confidence, but she does so with her base at her side every step of the way. In this inspiring couple's case the adage is: Couples who brick lay together stay together.
It has been six months since Lerato started with the heavy-duty job, which is mostly handled by men.
Lerato is her 34-year-old husband Maya Lubisi's assistant. She helps him mix sand and hands him mixed cement, just like an assistant in bricklaying is supposed to do.
Source: Briefly News