- A young man recently received high praises online for building beautiful apartments in South Africa's poor areas
- In an inspirational post, one local guy commended the innovative man for beautifying previously forgotten areas
- Many South Africans quickly joined the young man in thanking the innovative property owner for playing a part in growing the country
It takes only one act of determination to help change the outlook of many people. A young man has helped change many people's outlooks after he started building beautiful upmarket apartments in townships.
A South African social media user with the Twitter handle @oupapilane recently headed online to share an appreciation post with the young man who is uplifting and beautifying townships.
@oupapilane captioned the pictures of the innovative young man and his properties:
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"Appreciation tweet. This young man has been developing upmarket apartments in the township, I pray that many more could watch and learn how to create wealth at a younger age. At my age, he is my inspiration."
Many were inspired and they soon flooded the comment section with their thoughts.
"Mabuza is a good brother who is doing great things."
"This is beautiful, in which area is that?"
"This is great, are they also affordable for township people?"
"Such goes unnoticed, please ask the municipality to free up land for the youth. Uvile nge KaMagugu phase 4? Wow."
"Our economy needs this, as black people, we need to see this often we need to make the township rich."
In other news, two pictures of a balcony that was turned into a luxury space recently emerged on social media and many people could not stop talking about the ingenuity of its occupant.
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The pictures, which were shared on Twitter by @daiIyhometips, showed that no matter the situation people find themselves in, they can always find a way around it.
In one of the pictures, one would see a balcony with broken tiles and a bed still wrapped up. The second and recent picture showed the balcony's transformation into a beautiful and well-lit room.
Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.
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