- Cebile Natasha Lekhuleni found a little girl lost in Johannesburg
- She took her to Hillbrow police station
- The girl's mother eventually found her at the station
South Africans on social media have paid tribute to Cebile Natasha Lekhuleni, the kind lady who found and rescued a lost girl in Johannesburg recently.
In a recent Facebook post, Cebile said she found 10-year-old Snothile Hadebe along Rissik street.
As Briefly.co.za recently reported, the girl's aunt had simply put her in a taxi from KZN to Johannesburg and told her to look for a red building in order to find her mother.
Cebile took little Snothile to Hillbrow police station, where her mother eventually found her. She revealed this in a subsequent Facebook post.
The kindhearted lady, who studied biochemistry and microbiology at Wits University, also thanked social media users for making her initial appeal go viral.
Social media users are now praising Cebile for making sure little Snothile was safe at a police station, thereby enabling her mother to find her.
One Twitter user, Prince Musa, called Cebile a hero and wished her blessings.
Commenters on Cebile's post also thanked her for her kindness. See some of their comments below.
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