Heart-warming photo shows farmer buying groceries for his workers

Heart-warming photo shows farmer buying groceries for his workers

- A photo has surfaced on social media showing an act of kindness

- A farmer took his workers to a grocery store to do some shopping

- The image shows the men lining up as the farmer pays for their food

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A heart-warming photo was posted on the #ImStaying Facebook group on Wednesday and it went viral for all the right reasons.

The photo shows workers lining up at a supermarket till with groceries, which a social media user, Samantha Suddons, claimed a farmer paid for.

The post was captioned:

"A farmer buying his staff weekly groceries. Riebeek West, Swartland #ImStaying."
Heart-warming photo shows farmer buying groceries for his workers

Farmer takes his workers grocery shopping and inspires SA. Photo credit: Samantha Suddons/#ImStaying.
Source: Facebook

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Lisa Jardim Swanepoel commented:

"We love our farmers. Our country and its people should take great care of them, they are worth more than gold."

Peter Nceku Ramasodi added:

"God bless our farmers; hence we're having this beautiful rain."

Janet Obery wrote:

"You go guy have a blessed festive season and a fruitful year ahead."

David Mare said:

"Look after your people, and your people will look after you. Basic principle in business and one of the most important to succeed. Well done Mr Farmer, may God bless you, your establishment and your staff."

Briefly.co.za previously reported on a similar story that warmed hearts in South Africa. A school has honoured their cleaning staff by presenting them with hampers and gift vouchers at their annual awards ceremony.

The workers also received a standing ovation from both parents and teaching staff. Nosipho Kweta shared the heart-warming story on the #ImStaying Facebook group.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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