Kind man pays R6 360 to help varsity student with registration fees

Kind man pays R6 360 to help varsity student with registration fees

- A student needed R6 360 to pay her registration fees at the Nelson Mandela University (NMU)

- She took to social media to ask South Africans for help and one man came to her rescue

- The kind stranger paid the entire amount in full and sent her the proof of payment

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A young woman, who was simply identified as Khanya, took to Twitter to ask South Africans for help.

She revealed she needed R8 100 for her registration at the Nelson Mandela University (NMU). Khanya revealed someone already gave her R1 740 but she needed the remaining R6 360 in three days or be kicked out of school.

The beautiful student wrote on Twitter:

"I'm looking for any help, big or little in raising funds for my registration at NMU. Yesterday, people helped me out with R1 740 but I still need R6 360 by Friday, 13 March, or I will be kicked out of school."

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Her cries for help did not fall on deaf ears. A kind man, who was only identified by his Twitter handle @Mr_Ndash, saw the tweet and decided to make a donation.

However, @Mr_Ndash not only gave some of the money she needed, he paid the entire amount in full and sent her the proof of payment on Twitter.

He captioned the post:

"Here is the proof of payment. Good luck on your studies. Praise be to God not me."

South Africans praised @Mr_Ndash for his kindness - which enables a young woman to chase her dreams.

Mduduzi Sithole, who goes by the Twitter handle @iamSihlee, wrote:

"God Bless you man."

Briefly.co.za previously reported on a similar story. A young man, Thembane Peter, took to social media to share how a kind lady changed his life.

Peter said he did not have money to pay for his studies and the woman, Cornelius Faasen, helped pay his tuition fees. Because of her help, Thembane is set to graduate as a teacher this year.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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