Mzansi salutes woman for saving cashier’s job through her honesty

Mzansi salutes woman for saving cashier’s job through her honesty

- An honest woman returned home from a shopping trip and realised that the cashier gave her the incorrect amount of change

- While many people would have been tempted to hold onto the extra cash, she decided to drive back to the shopping centre to return it

- Her kindness saved the cashier from a great deal of trouble and she's been commended via social media

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Lebo Msk took to Facebook to detail a recent experience and to reveal the impact that honesty and kindness can have on someone else's life.

Lebo recently returned home from a trip to the shops to purchase groceries. However, she soon realised that she had some extra cash that was unaccounted for.

She realised that the cashier incorrectly gave her an extra R50 worth of change.

While most people would take this as their cue to enjoy some extra money, Lebo feared the impact it would have on the cashier.

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Lebo drove back to the store in search for the cashier in question.

After some deliberation with the store manager, Lebo explained that she needed to speak to the cashier to return the R50.

The manager then confirmed that the cashier was indeed out by R50 and that it adversely impacted her.

However, both the manager and cashier were blown away by Lebo's refreshing sense of honesty.

Mzansi salutes woman for saving cashier’s job through her honesty

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The story has been shared via the #ImStaying group and noted that it went viral.

Nosiviwe Nosie Viweh Mafuna said,

"Honestly kindness and humanity is free, thank you for your good heart."

Chantel Gouws added,

"I can't tell u how many times this has happened to me. And most of the time people notice my mistake. Faith in humanity restored."

Boniswa Nkani said,

"Amen honest is the best policy. God bless u."

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