An adorable photo of Siya Kolisi helping a little girl from falling off a slide has been shared on social media. The picture was shared by the toddler's grateful grandmother. Social media users were impressed by the heart-warming post.
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Anna van der Westhuizen shared the story on the #ImStaying Facebook page. Her post read:
"Kolisi is not only a great ambassador for his country he is also a caring person for little children. Yesterday at Bugz he stopped our grandchild on the sliding board before she could have injured herself at the bottom"
The post got over 13 000 reactions on the social media platform. Facebook user Barbara Graaff said:
"And also because he's a good guy"
Nelly Nkosi said:
"But I am also kind. Nobody posts in this group about me?!"
Amanda Lewis said:
"Coolest captain Kolisi! Way to go!"
Hama Mtowodzwa said:
"Today he visited my workplace, the closest I came close to him was 5m, wanted to shake his hand but respected his privacy because he was on the phone. The next moment he was gone"
Sally Pillay said:
"Fantastic lad. God bless you"
Siobhan Balkwill said:
"He is just like most South Africans...why I love you all"
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that Siya Kolisi has been named among the top 100 most influential Africans by a popular magazine. The Springbok captain shares the spoils with top business leaders and a Nobel Peace Prize winner.
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