- The South African Police Service (SAPS) has donated a house to an elderly lady
- The 79-year-old and her five grandchildren used to live in a one-room shack
- Photos of the new house were shared online and the post inspired South Africans
The SAPS made an elderly lady's dream a reality when they gave her a new house.
Taking to social media, the SAPS posted snaps of the new house and wrote about Sisa Muad Mbinambina's struggles.
Briefly.co.za learned the SAPS built a home for the 79-year-old who lived in a one-bedroom shack with her five grandchildren - who are between the ages of six and 11 years old.
Take a look at the post below:
In another post, the SAPS wrote:
"The grandchildren are aged between 6 and 11 years old. Mrs Mbinambina’s pension money is the only source of income in her household. Previously they lived in a one-room shack."
South Africans applauded cops for their kindness online, however, there were those who felt the SAPS should take care of their own first.
Zoleka Vane Ndlovu commented:
"SAPS doesn't give enough to their members so they can own houses but they can donate."
Sizwe W. Gumede added:
"Charity begins at home. Members are crying left and right."
Milo Moshane wrote:
"Good services, well done my strong team."
Nicola-Dee van As said:
"While this is very sweet, SAPS doesn't even have the money to pay cops properly but they can buy houses?"
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