A kind man was touched by the story of Dibapalo Boy Mohedo and his wife, Johanna Nsibande, and decided to reach out to them.
Daniel Schwartzkopff, CEO of Invictus Capital, opened his heart and pockets to the 100-year-old man and his wife, who lives with him in a two-bedroom shack.
The couple looks after their grandchildren, who were left orphaned after their parents passed away, and they're doing all of this on a mere pensioner's income.
Schwartzkopff was touched by the story and decided to gift Modeho and his family R10 000. According to news site GroundUp, Schwartzkopff said he hopes his donation helps relieve the family's troubles.
Nsibande said they were grateful for the money and added they no longer have to buy groceries on credit.
"The couple looks after their grandchildren, who were left orphaned after their parents passed away, and they're doing all of this on a mere pensioner's income."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that businessman Collen Mashawana also reached out to Mohedo and his wife.
Mashawana learned the 100-year-old man had been waiting for an RDP house for 22 years and currently lives in a two-bedroom shack.
The entrepreneur pledged to build Mohedo and his wife a new home.
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