Gogo loses her money, kind man buys her groceries and inspires Mzansi

Gogo loses her money, kind man buys her groceries and inspires Mzansi

I- A social media user took to Facebook to detail how he helped an elderly lady

- He revealed the gogo wanted to buy 'specials' in the store but lost her money

- The kind man ended up buying everything the elderly woman needed

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On Tuesday, a man, Lebohang Maburunyana Rahlao, detailed how he had his #ImStaying moment in a Shoprite in Harrismith.

"This morning i went to Shoprite to do my daily shopping. I found the granny sad in Shoprite holding a pamphlet of goods on sale not realising I've been following her," he started off his post.

Rahlao revealed he asked the gogo why she wasn't taking any items from the shelves and she answered she had lost her money on the way to the shop.

Her predicament tugged at his heartstrings and Rahlao told the elderly lady that she should take whatever she needed and he'd pay for it.

On their way to the till, Rahlao saw another elderly lady and he decided to pay for her groceries as well.

Take a look at his post below:

Gogo loses her money, kind man buys her groceries and inspires Mzansi

Screenshot of Lebohang Maburunyana Rahlao's Facebook post.
Source: Facebook

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Gogo loses her money, kind man buys her groceries and inspires Mzansi

Photos of the Good Samaritan and the gogo. Photo credit: Lebohang Maburunyana Rahlao/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

His story touched the hearts of South Africans who thanked Rahlao for blessing the gogo.

Amanda Borrett commented:

"You are a wonderful and kind man. God bless."

Dore Peters wrote:

"You have a beautiful and kind soul!"

Ron Louise Webster added:

"Lebohang you are a legend, a true gentleman."

On Tuesday, Briefly.co.za reported a woman, Christelle Mokhuoa, took to the #ImStaying Facebook post to share how one young man's struggle touched her heart.

Mokhuoa revealed she was approached by a man who asked if she could assist him with maize meal and two tins of fish.

"Yoh my heart melted," she said and decided to bless the man.

Mokhuoa told him to take whatever he needed and she ended up buying him much more than he asked for.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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