A woman penned a heartfelt post to two homeless car guards who risked their own safety to help her after she had been robbed.
A woman, Nabeelah Shaikh, took to social media to share how two car guards helped her after she had been robbed outside the City Hall.
"I was robbed of both my cellphones outside the City Hall today by three whoonga thugs who threatened to 'poke me'," she started off her post.
Shaikh said she recovered her phones after two car guards, Sandile Ntshangase and Mndeni Mbili, ran after the thugs and returned her stolen goods to her.
The two men then accompanied Shaikh to all her interviews to make sure she was safe.
"The rest of the homeless people at City Hall all stood by my side, telling me they will protect me and that I’m safe," she added.
Briefly.co.za saw South Africans hailed the two car guards heroes and they thanked them for their bravery.
Tracey Leigh Williams wrote: "I started out feeding at City Hall when I was working there... its amazing if you hear some of their stories. God bless them and thank God for these angels."
Margaret Morsner commented: "They will be blessed. Great to hear of good people these days."
Sihle Says Mlambo said: "Wow. Stunned. Thank you Sandile, Mndeni, not all heroes wear capes indeed, some watch over our cars and chase down pharas. Siyabonga."
Nerita Padayachee added: "God sends his angels in many forms. Thank you both for showing the world that decent humans still exist."
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