- A picture of a street vendor sitting on the corner by her stall in bad weather conditions has been shared online
- In the picture, the lady holds an umbrella up to protect her from the heavily falling rain while trying to sell her goods
- Mzansi has been left truly moved by the picture, sharing hundreds of comments in the replies section
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Mothers will do just about anything to provide for their little ones. In South Africa, there aren't a lot of options for moms who come from disadvantaged backgrounds and so they find themselves working even harder to make ends meet. This hardworking woman who caught selling small goods in the street on a rainy day.
Taking to Facebook's ImStaying group, Sonia Heartvee Mmalerato Gaoganediwe shared a picture of the woman braving the harsh weather conditions while trying to sell her products from a small stall in the street.
She captioned the truly tear-provoking post, "Appreciate what your mom does for you." The post quickly received thousands of reactions. Many Stayers also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts.
Read a few of them below.
Yvonne Dunlop Rousseau said:
"Brings tears to my eyes. Our loving and loyal moms."
Carol Kroukamp said:
"Our matriarchs, our mothers, the woman of God, bless them."
Lufuno Kenneth Masuvhekele said:
"I am what I am today because of my mom and my dad, I appreciate their efforts."
Michelle Thompson said:
"Awwww my heart, this picture. Women in Africa are so strong. I am in awe how much sacrifice is made for one's family. These women are the pillars of strength in our society."
In similar touching news, it was reported that grandmas are like earth angels, warm and loving. A young man recently appreciated his granny by taking some time out of his day to do a mini-shoot with the beautiful gogo, who he explained is his mother's mom.
Taking to Facebook's ImStaying group, Pholosho Mokome shared the stunning pictures with his fellow Mzansi Stayers. He captioned the heartwarming post:
"I did a photoshoot with my mom's mom, GOGO."
Happy Stayers really loved the beautiful pictures and the heartwarming gesture behind them, reacting to the post 27 000 times. Many of them also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts.
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