Kind man hands out R100 notes to homeless people: "God bless you"

Kind man hands out R100 notes to homeless people: "God bless you"

- BI Phakathi has taken to the streets once again to offer money to the homeless

- He shared a video of the generous acts on social media

- Mzansi social media users were left inspired

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BI Phakathi has once again taken to social media to share how he has been helping the less fortunate. This time, the kind man was handing out R100 notes to the homeless.

In the footage, Phakathi spoke to several homeless people on the street and handed them a few R100 notes. He encountered a homelesss woman named Nombulelo who was not feeling well. She was lying on the side of the road. He encouraged her to go to hospital and gave her extra money to seek shelter for the night.

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His kind acts have stirred the nation, and many took to his page to thank him for being a blessing. Facebook user Dominica Bruintjies said:

"BI stoppit man... you are an amazing and blessed man. I didn't mean stoppit in any bad way hey, just you make me cry because you teach us humility and kindness. God bless you."

While Betty Japheth Nasong'o said:

"All those words of blessing, putting a smile and hope to people will not leave you dry. Your territories will continue to expand in Jesus' name, sir."

Siphiwe Nodladla said:

"A thank-you from a needy person comes from the depth of their heart. May all your wishes be granted."

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Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that kind Samaritan BI Phakathi is changing the lives of South Africans, one disadvantaged person at a time. He recently gave a homeless man a make-over and completely changed his life. The homeless man, who identified himself as John, was assisted by the generous Phakathi in finding a shelter as well. After Phakathi paid for a month's stay at the shelter for him, he decided to also take him for a haircut and a short shopping spree. The man's appearance changed immediately after his hair was cut and he got into some clean clothes.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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