- A beautiful woman took to social media to share a screenshot of messages between her and a kind lady
- In the messages, the woman reveals her aunt wants to help Seemole Sammy Sethusha with her study fees
- The stranger transferred R2 000 into Sethusha's account and Mzansi was inspired
On Thursday, a woman, Seemole Sammy Sethusha, woke up to the most amazing news. She had been struggling to gather enough money to pay her varsity fees.
Sethusha said her co-worker went home and told her aunt about the law student's struggles. The kind stranger then offered to pay R2 000 and said Sethuha does not have to give it back.
She shared the inspiring story on the #ImStaying Facebook page:
"So yesterday morning I woke up to these great news and I was very shocked and I couldn't contain myself at all and I cried... I couldn't believe that God loved me this much that He sent a total stranger to be by my side and offer such great help.
"This is a colleague of mine and she got home and told her aunt about my situation of which I just thought arg you know what I'm just sharing my struggles cause she asked why I wasn't studying as yet.
"But I guess I wasn't sharing on deaf ears, she listened and she felt my pain. I appreciate her and her aunt, I will forever be grateful. Thank you Magda Van Zyl and Mia... God bless you. And this is why #imstaying. Soon I'll be continuing with my law studies."
Take a look at the post below:
South Africans were inspired by the story and they applauded the kind strangers.
Noreen Alexander commented:
"May they be blessed for their kind generosity and pay it forward when you are able to!"
Thenjie Ngomane said:
"Both are blessed, the aunt and the colleague."
Michelle Jameson Windvogel wrote:
"Heart-warming stories every day! I love this group."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported on a similar story. 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.
He captioned the post:
"Here is the proof of payment. Good luck on your studies. Praise be to God not me."
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