- A taxi driver was hailed a hero online for the bit he does to help fight the coronavirus
- The driver has hand sanitiser in the taxi to help his passengers clean their hands
- South Africans applauded the driver for caring about other people
A taxi driver has given South Africans the feels with his kindness. On Friday, Saleemah Mbandlwa, took to the #ImStaying Facebook page to share the story of a taxi driver who is doing the most to take care of his passengers.
She shared snaps of a bottle sanitiser, which the taxi driver puts in his vehicle to help keep the passengers safe during the coronavirus outbreak.
Her post read:
"In a taxi from over port to Durban city central ,and this is what our taxi driver is doing to play his part in protecting his passengers from the corona virus, after exchanging and passing on notes and coins he passes out hand sanitiser to everyone, he does this for every passenger coming in his taxi. #ImStaying in SA, we don't have much but the spirit of Ubuntu lives on."
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South Africans applauded the taxi driver for protecting the passengers and they dubbed him an angel online.
Nannette Steyn commented:
"Another Taxi angel! Blessings and love!"
Milly Anderson said:
"Well done to you sir we salute you amen."
Sipokazi Marubelela added:
"Wow that's just so great. I must say I am so impressed how the taxi industry has just come to the party about this. You know it's just so wonderful how they've decided to comply for the safety of all. Well done."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported earlier that Julius Malema is doing his bit to stay safe. Malema served up some major dad goals on Monday with an adorable clip.
The EFF leader was self-isolating at home and used it as an opportunity to spend some quality time with his son.
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