Edward Sithole was dealt a hard hand in life- a serious accident left him with third degree burns and while he was in the hospital recovering, his business was looted.
In 2014, Sithole entire life changed- he suffered third degree burns and lost his business, an internet cafe, after looters took advantage of his time in the hospital.
Now, a struggling Sithole took to social media to ask for help as he tries to pick up the pieces of his life.
On Sunday, Sithole asked for a second-hand laptop and printer to help him rebuild his internet cafe again.
"I had an accident in 2014 and got 3rd degree burns..I was running an Internet Cafe which was looted while in hospital.I'm now trying to pick up the pieces.1 Laptop and 1 printer will do. Any second hand unused office equipment as a donation will be welcomed," he wrote on Twitter.
His post caught the attention of local entrepreneur Jay Badza, whose name have been tied to Bonang Matheba.
Briefly.co.za gathered Badza, the CEO and founder of Orchard On 25, offered to help Sithole rebuild his business.
"Hi Edward, would love to assist you rebuild your Internet Cafe again. We will donate either a laptop or printer depending on which one you haven’t received as yet. Please DM for more details," he commented.
Badza was not the only one who offered to help Sithole, South Africans truly came together in the most inspiring way.
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