Businessman, Collen Mashawana, warmed the hearts of South Africans after he revealed he would be building yet another home for a family in need.
Mashawana took to social media to share his plans for the Senokwane family, which consists of nine people living in a two-bedroom house.
According to the businessman, Molatlhegi Senokwane's family lost everything in a fire nine years ago. They have since been living in a dilapidated home with just R800 a month to survive.
"Great meeting Molatlhegi Senokwane yesterday. His family home which he shares with 8 other family members burnt down 9 years ago & have since been staying in this delapidated 2 bedroom surviving with an income of R800 a month. In a few weeks their lives will change for the best," Mashawana captioned the post.
Mashawana's kind gesture gave social media users the feels and they praised him in the comment section of his post.
Themeli Lawrence Matodzi commented: "You are doing such a wonderful job. Keep it up."
Naledzani Netshikulwe added: "You are doing great job, plse involve him so that you leave him with certain skill and pride."
Malcolm Alvan wrote: "Mr Collen Mashawana God has chosen You to make that difference.....Keep on Keeping on.....Blessings and Favour my Brother."
It is not the first time Mashawana opened his heart, and wallet, to someone in need. Briefly.co.za previously reported his company gifted a blind gogo, 101, a fully furnished, three-bedroom house.
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