- A woman has shared a heart-warming story of a man doing his best to fix Mzansi
- The man sells 'No racism' stickers
- She has appealed to social media users to help and support him
A woman has taken to social media to share the heart-warming story of a man pushing a business that unites Mzansi. Natasha Bracale shared that she met Ronnie on the pavement in Wynberg.
According to Natasha, the man was "full of smiles, incredibly positive and very polite".
Ronnie told her that he is trying to do something for himself and for the country. He doesn’t want to beg so he gets bumper stickers and car licence stickers printed for people to buy. The stickers read, "Say no to racism". At the same time, he is also spreading a great message about everyone in SA standing together.
Natasha went on to say that the guy printing these stickers was quite expensive and that Ronnie would appreciate any assistance. He is also in need of an old phone and old laptop to work from.
She donated some money towards his project and has appealed others to do the same. He is reachable on 063 073 3942.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that a generous and caring petrol attendant, Nkosikho Mbele, made Mzansi’s day when he helped a stranger, Monet van Deventer, get safely home by paying for her petrol. Over R240 000 was raised for Nkosikho to thank him for his kindness. Monet started the fund with the intention of raising R100 000 to give thanks to Nkosikho, what she didn’t expect was that over R240 000 would be raised by Mzansi.
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