Ubuntu: Kind man comes together to build mother of 4 a house

Ubuntu: Kind man comes together to build mother of 4 a house

- A man, Bongani Prince Khoza, was touched by the living conditions of a single mother of four

- Khoza managed to rally the support of his community and they built the woman a house

- The story inspired thousands on social media and he was hailed a hero

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A man, Bongani Prince Khoza, and his wife secretly raised money to build a house for a woman they barely knew.

Khoza took to the #ImStaying Facebook page to detail how he and his wife were touched by the story of a single mother of four.

The mom lives in a one-bedroom shack with kids and Khoza learned about their story. She told him that she lives alone after her husband left them a long time ago.

He spoke to the local council about an RDP and they said there was no budget to build the mother a house.

So, Khoza - who is a labour worker - and his wife decided to secretly put away money and ended up saving enough to build the mom a house.

They managed to build the woman a two-bedroom house, Briefly.co.za learned.

Take a look at the post below:

Ubuntu: Community comes together to build mother of 4 a house

Screenshot of Bongani Prince Khoza's Facebook post.
Source: Facebook

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Ubuntu: Community comes together to build mother of 4 a house

Left - Photo of the house they build the mom of four. Right - Bongani Prince Khoza. Photo credit: Bongani Prince Khoza/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

The post warmed the hearts of social media users, who applauded Khoza and his community for helping the struggling mother.

Renica Ramlugan commented:

"God's blessings upon you and your family. Great heart."

Louise Kurten said:

"What a wonderful gesture you and your wife are the salt of the earth. God Bless you."

Anne-Marie Kietzmann added:

"What a wonderful inspiration you are; God willing others in your community will follow your example and do the same for their struggling neighbours."

Previously, Briefly.co.za reported that Collen Mashawana visited the home of 70-year-old Patience Bongiwe.

He was touched by her living conditions and has vowed to build the gogo a new home.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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