Ubuntu: Kind SA family helps raise domestic worker's grandson

Ubuntu: Kind SA family helps raise domestic worker's grandson

- A woman, Kerry Schultz, inspired South Africans with a beautiful story

- Schultz posted several photos of her son with the grandson of their domestic worker

- She revealed their family helped raise the adorable baby to help his mother complete her studies

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On Tuesday, a woman, Kerry Schultz, gushed about her family and the little boy who crawled into their hearts.

Schultz shared snaps of her son, Jack, and her domestic worker's grandson, Njabulo, who is also known as Boembie

Briefly.co.za gathered Schultz's family formed a bond with the little boy as they helped raised him to help his mom finish her studies.

The post read:

"Do you see colour? I don't! And neither does my son. Njabulo is my domestic worker's grandson. Her daughter fell pregnant while studying psychology and we vowed together with the family to help raise 'Boembie' while she finished her studies.
"And what a blessing he has been. My children are proud to call him their little brother and my son and Njabulo have become inseparable! Boembie and his family are our family. We love them with all we have!!! And Jack and Boembie will be brothers for life #imstaying."

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Ubuntu: Kind SA family helps raise domestic worker's grandson

Kind SA family helps raise domestic worker's grandson. Photo credit: Kerry Schultz/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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Ubuntu: Kind SA family helps raise domestic worker's grandson

Kind SA family helps raise domestic worker's grandson. Photo credit: Kerry Schultz/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

The story instilled hope in the hearts of South Africans, who were happy to see that there is hope for the country.

Kgotso Larry Thoane commented: "Wow... I love this! Let us continue to spread the love..."
Colleen McCracken added: "Love this, such beautiful children. Friendship and love knows no colour, we as adults, need to follow in their footsteps."
Ilanushca Juanita Van Neel said: "Precious!!! Boempie and Jack are the leaders of tomorrow."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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