Traffic officers received praise after they helped built a new home for a struggling single mother from Mavele Village, which is situated just outside Tzaneen.
Cecelia Mathebula and her kids officially received their brand new, three bedroom house last week Thursday, and she could not be happier.
According to The Citizen, Mathebula lived with her children in a one bedroom home, which was barely standing.
The horrific condition of the home touched the heart of a local religious leader, Pastor Nkuna, who built her a new one bedroom house.
However, Mathebula's story struck a chord with traffic officers, Selaelo Malatjie and Baloyi, who saw she needed a bigger home to accommodate her and her kids.
So, with the help of another pastor, DBGFM church founder Mlunghisi Malungana, they made plans to built Mathebula a house.
So, each officer continued R500 a month to buy building material and last week their kindness paid off when the mother in need was given her new home.
Briefly.co.za learned an emotional Mathebula thanked everyone who helped make her new three bedroom home, which was handed over fully furnished, a possibility.
Pastor Malungana called on the community to help with the electrical wiring of the house, which was the only component they could not finish before opening the house to its new owner.
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