From car guard to brother: Man's heart-warming story inspires Mzansi

From car guard to brother: Man's heart-warming story inspires Mzansi

A man has shared a heart-warming story on social media about how a car guard became his brother.

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The guard has been watching and washing his car for some time and they developed a good relationship. The story touched social media users who appreciated his kindness.

Thabani Mabika's story was shared on the #ImStaying Facebook group. The car guard's name is Ayanda Dlamini. Mabika shared that Dlamini ensures that he gets parking daily and even goes as far as washing his car.

"So I realised that the R10 is not enough, how about I show him how good he looks when he's clean."
From car watch to brother: Man's heart-warming story inspires Mzansi

Source: Facebook/ImStaying
Source: Facebook

Mabika took the guard for a haircut and make over.

"His mindset has already changed. Make a difference, it feels good."

Social media users loved the sweet post and shared their thoughts. Facebook user Bernadette Fenton said:
"God bless you. If everyone could bless someone everyday, by giving them time or a kind word or food or clothing we will fix South Africa... one day at a time."

Veronica Pienaar said:

"This is the Ubuntu that we want in South Africa. Just to help the next person. May God bless you abundantly for your heart of gold and kindness to helping this man."

Levi Booi said:

"This is great man."

Boitumelo Mooki said:

"Well done brother, ubuntu."

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