- A mother had been waiting at Home Affairs with her son for hours
- The were surprised by a kind man giving out water and sweets
- A photo of the considerate gesture was shared online and Mzansi appreciated the effort
Most South Africans know how frustrating and exhausting it can be waiting at Home Affairs. One woman, Kym Renae Govender, and her son had been waiting for hours at a local Home Affairs office.
Govender revealed a "gentleman" came along and he brought gifts. The kind man greeted everyone with a warm smile and gave the entire queue water and sweets.
The post read:
"Been sitting at Home Affairs with my son for hours and along came this gentleman bearing gifts, water and sweets for every person sitting in the queue, whether they had a snack or not, with a warm smile on his face. #thatsservicedelivery #thekindnessoftotalstrangers. And that's why #imstaying. We can be better."
South Africans were touched by the man's kindness and understanding of the struggle sitting in queues at Home Affairs.
Briefly.co.za took a look at some of the comments:
Kim Francis Starbuck wrote: "Love knows no boundaries. This man will be blessed."
Lori Van Der Laan said: "Wow! We can all learn from such kindness."
Lynn Brown Brammer added: "How thoughtful. Such a beautiful kind heart."
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