- A man who is only known by his Twitter handle @monsieurponto showed off the property he is developing for himself
- The man with the Twitter handle @monsieurponto shared photos of the house he is building in a village in Limpopo
- South Africans were inspired by the post and they gave their two cents' worth on the crib in the comment section
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Some people are really reaching new levels this year despite the pandemic. One man, @monsieurponto, has showed off the progress he is making on his dream crib.
The tweep revealed he is building a home in a Limpopo village. He shared photos of the structure on social media.
@monsieurponto captioned the post:
"This how we do it in Limpopo. Build decent homes in the village."
Take a look at the post below:
The post gathered a lot of reactions as South Africans were impressed by the photos.
Twitter user, @IamTimnice, commented:
"I love it, being contemplating on building with such bricks for my granny's house to avoid yearly maintenance of painting the house. I would love to see more."
Another tweep, @Reawater, said:
"No province can compete with Limpopo and the competition amongst them is high. Can't wait to see Venda."
Social media user, @kenna500000, wrote:
"Beautiful, let’s continue to turn our rural areas into cities. When we’re done with houses we should start opening businesses there, of course you need a decent place to live in so that you can plan your life properly. With this end in mind we shall overcome all our struggles."
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In other news, a young man with the Twitter handle @Marclevidowner has shown off his huge success on the platform after getting a house.
In a tweet on Wednesday, October 14, he said he got the building at the age of 23, adding that his law degree has finally paid off in a big way.
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