- A beautiful young South African woman recently headed online to celebrate getting her very first house
- According to her post, she is only 25 years old and truly grateful to have achieved this amazing feat at such a young age
- Many locals were blown away by the post and quickly headed to the comment section to congratulate her on her achievement
Many young South Africans can only dream of buying their very first homes at the tender age of only 25 years old. One beautiful local woman has managed to make this dream a reality for herself recently.
Taking to Twitter, the young lady with the handle, @TshidiBaby_ recently took to the app to celebrate buying her first home at only 25. In the post, she also praises God for the role that he played in helping her with the spectacular achievement.
"So I did a thing the other day. First property at 2. Ke Mohau wa Modimo. I’m overwhelmed with gratefulness. God is so faithful. His timing is always perfect," she captioned the post warmly.
Mzansi was in disbelief that she was able to buy a house. Many of them headed to the comment section with some questions while others simply shared congratulatory messages. Read a few of their comments below:
"You're so beautiful and humble. You make everything around you look so nice, even that brown couch. Can I please have a spare key? Every house needs a man."
"Bathong... the girls are winning this year and here for it. Congratulations hun."
In similar inspiring YEN.com.gh news, a local man recently received the good news he needed after being unemployed for 10 whole years. According to his post, a professional profile on LinkedIn helped him secure a great job in the North of Johannesburg.
An ecstatic @realkamo_ took to Twitter to share the news of his new job as a junior administrator in a Sandton company. In the heartwarming and inspirational post, he also credits God for his luck turning around the way it has.
"I have been unemployed for 10 years and today I got a job with a "Junior Administrator" in Sandton. Guys Modimo wa phela," he wrote, clearly elated about his new job.