- A young man took to social media to reveal how two women touched his life
- He revealed the ladies used their own money to buy him a matric uniform
- Cyabonga Austin added the kind gesture had his mom in tears and it won over Mzansi
A grateful matric learner took to the #ImStaying Facebook group to share how two kind ladies helped him in 2020.
Cyabonga Austin was set to start this year in Grade 12. However, most school have an outfit worn by matrics and he needed to get a uniform.
However, this can sometimes be pricey, especially when you add the school fees and money needed to purchase stationary.
Luckily, two angels in the form of Rhona Jensen and Cindy Mthembu showed up and helped Austin.
He revealed in the post that Jensen paid for his entire school uniform in full and Mtembu sent him money to buy a matric blazer.
Austin said the two strangers' kindness even had his mom in tears.
Take a look at his Facebook post below:
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South Africans applauded the ladies' kindness and wished Austin the best of luck in his final year of high school.
Elaine Jones commented:
"Looking very smart, good luck for the future."
Sandi Kaufman Elkington said:
"So smart! With that maturity, honesty and humble and thankful attitude, you’ll go far in life young man."
Adéle Collins added:
"God Bless you Cyabonga - wishing you all the best for your matric year and thereafter. May God Bless Rhona and Cindy for their compassion and love."
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported a Good Samaritan warmed hearts when he tracked down a little girl to buy her a proper fitting school uniform.
His act of kindness followed a viral photo that showed the little girl wearing a uniform that was way too big for her.
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