- South Africans have praised a man known only as 'Pitso' in Cape Town for helping a woman recover her cellphone, which she forgot at a shop
- After handing the phone back to the lady, Pitso's generous deeds found their way to social media platforms
- Mzansi citizens are very proud of the guy and many say he deserves more blessings for this kind of act
A man with an honest heart is being praised on Facebook for his gesture. The man is only known as Pitso and was kind enough to return a mobile phone to its owner.
This beautiful story was shared on the social media application by Nerrisha Ramsarup via the #ImStaying page and it has received positive reactions from Mzansi citizens.
According to the post, the woman went to a shop in Valhalla and unfortunately left her cellphone on the counter, but the good man ran after her to return it.
The post reads:
“This morning I had the pleasure of witnessing this poor woman leaving her phone on a shelf and walking out of the shop at BP Valhalla. The shop cleaner Pitso ran after her to return the phone. She was so thrilled that she rewarded him. It made my morning. We need more of this kind of honesty.”
@Elsie Joubert said:
“We need just show more kindness!”
@Mona Shaw said:
“Keep sharing these good news posts. Very uplifting in the current times.”
@Zilipha Nxele said:
“That’s why I’m staying in Mzansi.”
@Geraldine Hartzenberg said:
“Well done Pitso, honesty is the best policy, you gain nothing by taking what does not belong to you.”
@Gillian Campling said:
“Pitso, you are a hunny bunny... God will richly reward your kindness.”
@Anita Burger said:
“There are still honest people in our country.”
Good Samaritan helps woman recover R5 000 from ATM, she almost lost it all
On stories regarding good deeds, Briefly News reported that Thandi MaMkhwanazi Mchunu took to Facebook to share an amazing experience she had while withdrawing money from an ATM.
She posted the story in the #ImStaying group and revealed that she had gone to an ATM to withdraw R5 000. When the machine did not give her her money she had assumed that it was faulty and went to the next ATM.
A woman behind her, Mathilda Links, shouted to her that her money was coming out. Thani was so relieved. She offered to give Mathilda some money to say thank you.
The woman refused and this reinforced her belief that there are a lot of good people in South Africa. Briefly News reached out to Thandi to learn more about her experience.
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Source: Briefly News