Ubuntu: Cafe puts pot of soup outside each day to feed homeless

Ubuntu: Cafe puts pot of soup outside each day to feed homeless

A cafe in Cape Town is doing admirable work by offering a soup to the homeless in and around the city. Mzansi social media users were impressed by the act of Ubuntu.

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Facebook user Robert Chong took to the social media platform to share his excitement after discovering the kind act that this cafe was doing for the homeless. He posted pictures of the soup pots and a heartwarming caption commending their work:

"Well, did you know that Plant Cafe makes a pot of soup daily for homeless people living in the city? This is so cool! I think we should be part of Plant Cafe and support their business! I am so very proud to be associated with these wonderful and caring people. May you be greatly blessed Pierre and staff! Bravo!"

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Ubuntu: Cafe puts pot of soup outside each day to feed homeless

Source: Facebook/Robert.Chong
Source: Facebook

The eatery is located on Buiten Street in Cape Town. Facebook user Janine Green said:

"Wow. You are wonderful souls"

While Dawn Gouveia said:

"Awesome I used to make soup for the street people in Camps Bay when I was working there"

Colleen Ingram said:

"Definitely will support this business! Thanks for caring"

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Sandy Abrahams said:

"Awesome...I work in Cape Town and it is sad to see the homeless scratching in bins for food. God bless you..thank you"

Briefly.co.za previously reported on a Good Samaritan giving food to a homeless old man living in the mountains. Bi Phakathi is known for his philanthropy and often shares his deeds of goodwill via Facebook.

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