- A community hero, Warren Sharp, selflessly went to save a woman who was being beaten and ended up between a rock and a hard place
- Warren ended up being brutally beaten by the man as well and landed up in hospital with bills that he couldn’t pay
- Community members have come forward to try and help raise funds to cover Warren’s hospital bills as they feel it is the least they can do for all he has done for others
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A man named Warren Sharp’s community involvement has literally saved his life. After sustaining servere injuries after trying to help a woman in distress, Warren was left with a huge hospital bill he was not able to cover.
On 4 September 2021, Warren heard a woman screaming and went out to see what was going on. The woman was being attacked by a man she knew and Warren jumped in to save her. Warren was then brutally beaten by the same man.
Warren was hospitalised and left to cover the costs that this brutal attack incurred. Lucky for Warren, the people of his community jumped to assist him just like he has for them many times.
Knowing the good man that Warren is and all he has done for his community, a BackaBuddy page was set up to raise funds to cover his hospital bills.
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R54 693.52 of the R300 000.00 needed has been raised to date. The community are doing everything in their power to make sure the funds are raised. Men like this deserve all the things! Good deeds never go unseen.
These are just some of the community members who stepped up to help:
Here are some of the amazing messages left for Warren on the multiple posts:
Man lost both legs as a kid, his rich parents spent R359k to get him prosthetics, he now helps children
George Roth prayed:
“Get well soon buddy Preying for you to make a speedy recovery.”
Russel Woods send love:
“Warren, very brave of you, may GOD bless you and heal you.”
Nikita Sharp, a relative, was filled with gratitude:
“Thank you so so much, your well wishes and help is so appreciated by our family ❤”
Residents clean up a township, inspire people of Mzansi
A group of South African workers were seen cleaning the streets of a township and it's going viral on digital platforms. The image tells a story of the group engaging in prayer before going on with their daily routine, reported Briefly News.
Posted by Hendrick Mokgadi on Facebook through the ImStaying Page, many Mzansi people have commended the group for their courageous attitude.
Although it remains unclear where the snap was taken in Mzansi, many believe this is the spirit all South African should possess to care for their townships.
Source: Briefly News