- A little boy in Limpopo lives with an amputated leg and has to struggle to move around every day
- Thanks to the love of strangers the little boy - Hlulani - now has a wheelchair to make life much easier for him
- The plan is now to get an artificial leg for Hlulani, to better his life even more
A local Limpopo man shared a picture of Hlulani Mkhabele, a little boy with only one leg. Tonny Myambo hoped to find a wheelchair for the boy.
Little did Tonny know that his wish would come true only two days later.
A local radio station, Thobela FM Yaka, secured a wheelchair for Hlulalni.
The aim is now to find an artificial leg for little Hlulani.
Little is known of Hlulani and why he has an amputated leg, but that did not stop South Africans from showing love for this little boy.
Briefly.co.za gathered that tweeps reacted to Tonny's plea for help by giving him advice on how to find a wheelchair for Hlulani.
Others retweeted the tweet, tagging people they hoped could help.
This random act of kindness from strangers once again proves the amazing things that South Africans can accomplish.
Using social media not to spread bad news, but to better the life of one boy is a beautiful reminder that Ubuntu is still alive in South African hearts.
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