Mzansi's blessers: 4 people who better the lives of South Africans

Mzansi's blessers: 4 people who better the lives of South Africans

There are several South Africans who go out of their way to help those who are less fortunate and we decided to honour these people.

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From BI Phakathi to Collen Mashawana - there are many South Africans who go the extra mile and use their own money to better the lives of the less fortunate.

So, Briefly.co.za decided to take a look at four of these incredible human beings who have changed the lives of South Africans forever.

Here are four of Mzansi's blessers:

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1. Collen Mashawana

Collen Mashawana is Chairman of Afribiz Invest and Founder of the Collen Mashawana Foundation.

Mashawana has gifted hundreds of South Africans,who have waited for RDP houses new homes. One of the lucky recipients of Mashawana's generosity was a 101-year-old gogo.

The grandma received a fully-furnished, three-room house.

Mzansi's blessers: 4 people who better the lives of South Africans

Collen Mashawana. Photo credit: Collen Mashawana/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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2. Malcolm X

Malcolm X is not dubbed the "People's Blesser" for nothing. The businessman often opens his wallet to those in need.

From gifting a family R10 000 to fix their home to handing out cash at a university, the 'People's Blesser' does not think twice about helping South Africans.

Mzansi's blessers: 4 people who better the lives of South Africans

Malcolm X. Photo credit: Malcolm X/Instagram.
Source: Instagram

3. BI Phakathi

Meet BI Phakathi - the local Good Samaritan who spreads love and the gospel. The inspiring man often shares videos of himself helping South Africans in need.

However, he does not share the videos to get fame, he does so to encourage others to open their hearts to those who have nothing.

Phakathi does not hesitate to help anyone - regardless of race or age. Briefly.co.za previously reported he blessed a homeless man who handed out tiny bibles.

4. Ishwar Ramlutchman

Businessman Ishwar Ramlutchman recently made headlines when he gifted a 70-year-old man a new house.

Madala Msizeni Ntuli of rural Mzingazi outside Richards Bay waited for a RDP house for years but the government never delivered on its promise.

However, because of Ramlutchman, the elderly man will be able to sleep peacefully in his own house.

Mzansi's blessers: 4 people who better the lives of South Africans

Ishwar Ramlutchman. Photo credit: Samkelo Mtshali/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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