SA inspired by boss, helped single mother of 2: “That is love”

SA inspired by boss, helped single mother of 2: “That is love”

- A single mother of two boys revealed her plight after her husband left her

- Taking to social media, she explained that she can't afford to make ends meet

- However, her boss recently learnt of her situation and took the family on a shopping spree

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A single mother took the bold move to open up about her personal circumstances with the aim of lauding her boss.

Tatenda Mutenga revealed that her husband left her in 2019 and she's been raising their two children as a single mother.

Due to the sudden change in circumstances, Tatenda often struggles to make ends meet and sometimes clothing and food is a luxury.

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Thankfully her prayers were recently answered when her kindhearted boss learnt of her plight and decided to step in to assist.

Her boss, Charmaine, was speechless after learning that Tatenda's husband had left indefinitely.

On Monday, Charmaine treated the family to a mini shopping spree, which even included some sweet treats for Tatenda's two boys.

Tatenda shared her touching tale via the #ImStaying Facebook group and it's sparked hundreds of positive comments.

SA inspired by boss, helped single mother of 2: “That is love”

Facebook: "ImStaying"
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Lluwel Titus said,

"Jehova Jireh,my Provider,And I Worship You Because of Who You Are."

Alison Maitre added,

"Well done Charmaine. And what gorgeous little boys Tatenda!"

Kedibone Motaung responded,

"May God grant you the strength and the wisdom to raise those boys. Charmaine may God bless you, may you never lack anything in life."

About a week ago, Briefly.co.za also shared a beautiful story involving a single mother.

Pamie Nkuna recalled how she was forced to attend a job interview with her toddler.

Upon arrival, one of the staff members generously stepped in to comfort the child while the interview was being conducted.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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