Country duty: Paramedic celebrates saving lives for 20 years

Country duty: Paramedic celebrates saving lives for 20 years

A paramedic is celebrating 20 years of saving lives. He posted an inspiring post on social media about how grateful he was for the opportunity to make Mzansi a better place.

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Muzi Myeza‎ shared his story on the "ImStaying" group on Facebook. This is his 20th year serving in emergency services.

"I serve anyone within the borders of this country with pride and honour regardless of their age, race, colour, gender, political affiliation, socio-economic status, religion, nationality, tribe, sexual orientation, criminal convictions."

He said he was proud to give his services to the country and wouldn't think of leaving the country to work abroad.

Country duty: Paramedic celebrates saving lives for 20 years

Source: Facebook/ImStaying
Source: Facebook

His post got over 7 000 reactions. Facebook user Linda Bates said:

"Wow Muzi, thank you for your wonderful post. You are truly awesome and inspirational!"

Gerda Jansen van Rensburg said:

"10/10 to you and thank you for being a caring person."

Alan Diesel said:

"We salute you sir."

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that a hospital made a young patient named Larisca's dream come true when they surprised her with a matric farewell. The teenage girl has cystic fibrosis of the the lungs and battles to breathe. The staff at Livingstone Hospital went out of their way to give the matriculant a beautiful ceremony of her own.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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