- A man revealed that his family's housekeeper dreamt of owning her own house before she is 60
- They wanted to help realise the dream and decided to contribute to her home
- He posted photos on Facebook showing the progress of the house they are building
A man, Derek Osborne, inspired South Africans when he revealed how his family is helping their domestic worker.
He wrote on the #ImStaying Facebook page on Thursday that their housekeeper has a dream of owing her own house before she is 60.
The Osborne family decided to step in and help her make it a reality.
They started construction on the house and he posted photos of how they are progressing online.
Osborne's post read:
"Gloria who is our housekeeper had a dream, and that dream is to complete her house one day before she is 60. My family and I wanted to be part of that dream, because she is part of our family, and we wanted to give back to her what she has given us over the years."
Take a look at the Facebook post below:
Thousands of people have taken to social media to thank Osborne and his family for what they are doing for their employee.
Martin Bouncer Motloung commented:
"God bless you guys. It is a big thing what you want to do for her. That's great."
Sandra Gerber said:
"Bless you. I am sure she is thrilled and excited!"
Ncebakazi Mamawabo BanaCwala added:
"God bless you for some amazing work."
Hanneline Valentine wrote:
"Wow God is going to bless you and your family."
In other news, the founding CEO of the Caroline Group, Caroline Esinam Adzogble, has been appointed ambassador for Millersville University in the United States.
As ambassador, she will assist in boosting marketing and recruitment efforts to increase and diversify the multicultural numbers at the university.
Esinam Adzogble, 28, is a Ghanaian born inspirational and multi-award winning educationist, entrepreneur, and philanthropist.
The woman is the founding CEO of the Caroline Group, a conglomerate with six subsidiaries including Potters International College and Caroline University.
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