A random act of kindness left South Africans feeling hopeful about a brighter and more harmonious future. After a waste-picker’s trolley broke, he had difficulty pushing it up a steep sloped road in Randburg. Seeing him struggle, a driver passing by stopped and helped him out.
The driver had a small car so he helped thee waste-picker by slowing pushing the trolley up the steep Golf Terrace Road with his car.
A lady witnessed the driver and the waste-pickers interaction and recorded it and shared it on social media, Briefly.co.za found.
South Africans appreciated the good deed and expressed their gratitude, not only for the helpful driver, but also for the waste-picker whose efforts goes a long way in keeping our streets clean and our environment less polluted.
South Africans also shared their stories about seeing someone helping out the waste-pickers or even wanting to help themselves.
“I saw an old white man today near Sandton clinic who let one of the trolley guys sit on the back of his bakkie while holding on to his trolley and towing it like a trailer,” commented Duvan J Cilliers.
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