Our readers react to businessman gifting 100-year-old madala R10 000

Our readers react to businessman gifting 100-year-old madala R10 000

On Thursday, we shared the story of a businessman who opened his heart and wallet to an elderly couple. The story touched the hearts of our readers, who gave their two cents' worth on the man's kindness.

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Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported businessman gave a gift of R10 000 to an elderly man, 100, who lives in a two-bedroom shack with his wife and orphaned grandkids.

“We will not go hungry anymore. For once we will have a decent meal to eat just like other people," the man's wife said.

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Our readers react to businessman gifting 100-year-old madala R10 000

Our readers react to businessman gifting 100-year-old madala R10 000. Photo credit: Collen Mashawana/Facebook.
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The story inspired our readers, who praised the CEO of Invictus Capital for opening his heart and pockets to the 100-year-old man and his wife.

Vuyo Tyebela commented: "It would have been a bonus for madala if at least he had been given a house instead, but we thank the businessman who thought of the old guy. More blessings are coming your way.. I only wish I can have such money to help my grandpa with his medical bills, he is slowly going blind loosing his vision at 72 years."
Minnie Mino Zakuza added: "Blessed...more blessing to this businessman."
Khweta Letjoko wrote: "At the age of 100 and still staying in a shack, come on ANC gemors (rubbish)..."
Albert King said: "God bless you ...they must be careful for abonyaope they might turn the shack up side down .looking for the money."
Sbu Bukhosi commented: "God bless you more."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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