A man from Limpopo recently had a lot of people speechless after showing off the house him and his siblings built for his parents. He posted on Limpopo houses Facebook page and said "Some call it black tax, I call it Honouring your parents while they are still alive. 11 roomed house for my parents, it was built by me and my siblings, the project is 90% done. I was inspired by this group. This is in Jerome Extension , ka Malamulele, Limpopo." See the post he made on Facebook down below.
People commented under his post and had a lot of things to say. Someone commented and said "Great job the unity in the family goes a very long way I salute you and your siblings well done." Another person commented and said "We do not align ourselves with those who regard helping parents as "Black Tax". Our parents deserve everything we can afford. Upon having finished with doing things for our parents, we will move on to build for ourselves. God will enable everything. I am proud of you and your siblings. Congratulations." See the other comments people left under the post down below.
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