The petrol attendant who went viral for his act of kindness has spoken up about the support he received since and how it has changed his life.
Nkosikho Mbhele never expected that a simple act of kindness would change his life forever. The petrol attendant paid for a lady's petrol after she forgot her card at home and she started a crowd-funding campaign to thank him.
The campaign has thus far gathered over R420 000 and it changed Mbhele's life. eNCA reported he said he never expected a customer he trusted to come back to repay him would do this for him.
The inspirational fuel attendant plans to continue with his kindness - he said he plans on using the money to help homeless kids living on the streets of the Mother City as well as his family.
Briefly.co.za previously reported Mbhele, a petrol attendant at a filling station on the N2 on the route to Cape Town, went viral after he paid for a lady's petrol when she forgot her card at home.
Mbhele told van Deventer she can't run out of gas on the N2 and without waiting for her response, he started filling the car with R100 worth of petrol and paid for it.
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