|| Sunday, 14th of August 2022 || Celebrities || Social Media || Entertainment || Popular tweets || Black Twitter || Spirit of Ubuntu || Unemployment ||
Recently a lucky man named Justice Sibusiso Mashele instantly went viral after he posted an inspiring tweet about his job hunting journey. He tweeted ''After my job hunting post someone decided to send me R300 & with a reference of (good luck with your job hunting), thank you so much for your kindness'' along with a photograph of the actual mini grocery he bought worth R300 at Shoprite supermarket.
Sibusiso Mashele is a young unemployed man who is currently staying in Tembisa, Gauteng. Mr Mashele is not ashamed of his financial struggles, he also received an additional R115 on his account from one his twitter followers noticed that he did not buy cooking oil.
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