South African man praises stranger who returned his lost wallet to him

South African man praises stranger who returned his lost wallet to him

A man took to social media to share how a stranger went through the trouble to locate him and return his lost wallet.

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A lot of times South Africans believe the worst of each other because of bad past experiences. However, every now and then, a story surfaces on social media which restores our hope in humanity.

Facebook group Positive Racial Testimonies in SA shared the story of Ryno Botha and Jonathan, Briefly.co.za gathered.

"Ryno Botha wrote great testimony. This man Toyin tee why zakka aka jonathan. Picked up my wallet at langenhovenpark checkers, found me on facebook 3 day later brought it to me by motorbike.Works for mr. delivery not one cent or card missing and it had a good some of money in. Well done my man people like u that gives hope well done my man," the post read.

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The story inspired South Africans, who took to social media to share their views on the story.

Carol Beijer commented: "Ubuntu at it's best. Thank you to both of you - for acknowledging the young man and for his honesty and using his initiative to find you."
Isabel Coombs Swanepoel added, "Great! 'I hope you blessed him with a nice surprise."
Ben Eksteen wrote, "Wow!!The character of God!!!"

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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