- A woman has taken to social media to share that her domestic worker recently took out a loan
- The loan was so that she could send her daughter to her matric farewell
- Mzansi social media users offered to help her
A woman has taken to social media to share that her domestic worker took out a loan so her daughter could attend their matric dance. She was moved to help the woman. Mzansi social media users were also ready to avail themselves to help out.
Twitter user lizetheunicorn posted:
"My domestic worker has taken out a loan so her daughter can attend her matric dance. I am helping her of course, but is there anyone in Cape Town willing to sponsor something like nails, hair, shoes etc?"
The post moved a lot of social media users to action as some offered services while others offered money. Twitter user Ms_LynetteB said:
"I'll donate R200. Let me know where to EFT."
While NicolaCoop said:
"My incredible friends at @sparklesa & @MorganTaylorSA are going to drop off a Morgan Taylor, Base, Top & Dusty Pink Varnish."
"I’ve got R350 I’m sure she could put to good use. Pass on bank details and we can make this happen."
"Where are they situated? I can take pictures if they don’t have a photographer yet?"
"I see you have polishes donated already, but if you need a manicurist or she needs gel polish/art let me know. Or a facial/brow shape? I'm in the southern suburbs."
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