- One generous guy took it upon himself to bring a smile to a family by upgrading their house without charging a cent on Nelson Mandela Day
- The man took to Facebook to share this story that has seriously impressed many people in Mzansi as he followed ex-President Mandela's selflessness
- Looking at the social media post, the house was painted with bright and fresh colours and many networkers have praised the kind man
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This year's Nelson Mandela Day was overshadowed by the violent riots and looting that engulfed the country last week but one family was not forgotten. That is evident through a social media post on Facebook's #ImStayingPage.
The post tells the story of one lucky family who had their home refurbished free of charge. DeOnly Regte Bederf posted a number of photos showing the house before and after renovations.
The post reads:
@Beth Guthrie said:
“What a lovely idea! Well done.”
@Sipho Ndlovu said:
“God bless you my lovely brother.”
@Martha Simons said:
@Gugu Mdunge said:
“Keep up the good work, may the Lord richly bless you guys.”
@Margaret Killian said:
“Mandela Day also starts at home. As Mother Theresa would say.”
@Carolyn Young said:
“Bless you, the house looks amazing.”
@Zwivhuya Vhuyi said:
“I like it and God bless you, some people will leave a neighbour who is without shoes and go donate shoes to a shelter just far from home.”
@Carol Hodgkinson said:
“Absolutely beautiful!! Amazing what a coat of paint can do!”
“Our hero”: Mzansi praises Jozi Metro cop for helping mom deliver a healthy baby
Looking at a related article, Briefly News published that a member of the Johannesburg Metro Police, Lebepe Evans, is a hit on social media after helping a woman deliver a healthy baby girl.
The off-duty officer’s generous deed was posted by Shireen Ebrahim on Facebook and says the proud guy was kind enough to help the lady.
Ebrahim posted the inspiring story on the #ImStaying page and heaped praise on the police officer, saying Evans helped the woman at Bree Taxi Rank in Johannesburg.
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