Son saves N117,000 over 12 months to splurge on parents' groceries

Son saves N117,000 over 12 months to splurge on parents' groceries

- Melusi Sitshaluza has revealed that he treated his parents to three months' worth of groceries over the holiday season

- He shared that he had saved N117,195 over a year to spoil his parents and urged people to save money as well

- Facebook users loved his kind gesture and good advice about saving

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Melusi Sitshaluza took to the Facebook group #ImStaying to share an inspirational story. He had saved over N10,000 every month for a whole year.

He used the N117,195 he had saved to treat his parents. He bought their groceries in December, which would last them two to three months.

He urged fellow South Africans to learn how to save money.

"I saved R375 for 12 months and the total is R4500 in December, I bought my parents groceries that will last them 2 to 3 months. Let's learn to save, people."

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Melusi Sitshaluza shared his good deed with the internet, he saved up and bought his parents groceries. Photo credit: Melusi Sitshaluza
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This is what Mzansi had to say about Melusi's amazing gesture:

Trudy Kastner:

"You are amazing! Keep teaching everyone!"

Siphiwe Ndinisa:

"Well done to you, what you did is amazing, your parents must be very happy, I wanna try so challenge accepted."

Fiona Valk:

"Well done. Whatever one can save is always handy at the end of the year."

Earlier, had reported about a young lady who was celebrated on social media after she built her mother a simple house.

Sharon Beverly said she fulfilled a promise she made to her mother of building her a house and though it was simple, she was still proud of the results.

Taking to Facebook, the young lady disclosed she had spent KSh 130,000 (N454,017.40) in constructing the house and she was hoping that she will plaster it soon.

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Beverly also said she will build her mother a permanent house after she is financially able to do so.

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