You know in South Africa every month there is always a new trend on social media. This time it is a different one.
In the new trend, you were simply just writing something sarcastic, motivating or anything that is funny in a peace of paper, take a picture holding it and post on the internet
It does not matter if it is Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
Well, it was all fun up until one of the students posted a picture holding a laptop and had a message which was saying "Bengith mina asbhaleni ngama laptop manje". In translation, he was saying let us write using laptops now.
One of the social media users then responded with a message saying "Mina bengith asibhalen ngama computer ase msebenzini ayi ngama laptop ka NSFAS. In translation, he was stating that instead of using laptops that you were given by NSFAS, let us use the workplace computers.
Things went further when another one user posted that when a person is working, he should also post the bank account statement.
Another posted that the workplace computer should be a Mac brand.
Check out what people had to say:
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