Good Samaritan visits madala living alone, buys him groceries

Good Samaritan visits madala living alone, buys him groceries

- Tshimologo Lesabane II is the kind of man others should look up to

- He took his family to go and visit an elderly man living alone

- The man can't walk and Lesabane decided to bless him with food

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Tshimologo Lesabane II is one inspiring young man. He took to the #ImStaying Facebook group to share how he blessed someone less fortunate.

Lesabane knows of an elderly man, Mr Mokantshe, who can't walk or speak and he lives on his own. So, he and his family decided to bless Mr Mokantshe with a visit and some groceries.

His post was captioned:

"Today I made a surprise for him. This is Mr Mokantshe, he's staying alone. He can walk, he can't talk. Today I bought him food."

Take a look at his post below:

Good Samaritan visits madala living alone, buys him groceries

Screenshot of Tshimologo Lesabane's Facebook post.
Source: Facebook

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Thousands of South Africans loved the post and they applauded Lesabane's kindness.

Joan Gourrah-Muller commented:

"God bless you, son! And may He multiply whatever you gave to malume!"

Sihle Ndamane Zikzela added:

"God bless you abundantly, I love what you did for him. Thank you."

Khanyi Hlongwane wrote:

"Syabonga. May the Lord and your ancestors bless you."

Tammy Gordon Kendall said:

"Good man. You have a very kind heart."

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported Collen Mashawana is a businessman who portrays everything that is right in the country.

He uses his influence and business, Afribiz, to help the less fortunate. On Saturday, Mashawana and his team met with a 70-year-old woman, Patience Bongiwe, who lives in a shack.

He revealed her two children are staying with neighbours because they can't all stay in her one-bedroom dwelling.

Mashawana has now vowed to give her a new house in less than four weeks.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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