- A woman has praised her kind-hearted boss for buying them food parcels ahead of the 21-day lockdown
- Amanda Gxabu said her boss, Jackie Davidson always takes good care of her staff
- The lockdown begins on Thursday midnight until 16 April
A kind-hearted boss has been hailed a hero after she bought her staff food parcels to eat during the 21-day lockdown.
Amanda Gxabu took to social media to sing her boss' praises after her kind deed.
Amanda said her employer, Jackie Davidson always goes the extra mile in making sure that they are well-looked after.
She wrote on social media:
"My boss always looks after her employees, always make sure they all looked after. Today she decided to buy each and everyone food parcels. Her name is Jackie Davidson. Not sure if she’s in this group but we’re so grateful #iamstaying."
Social media users were also impressed by what Jackie's had done for her staff.
Stacey Gill Snyman commented:
"That's so awesome, stay safe and keep the faith! Read Psalm 91."
Debbie le Roux wrote:
"Good on Her! Normally boss's look after themselves. Kind hearted she is! Stay Safe."
Charmaine Strauss said:
"Jackie Davidson you are the hands of Jesus extended to your staff. What an example you are."
Ishmael M Bantsejang wrote:
"You are blessed to have her as your boss, may the great Lord bless her abundantly."
Marlene De Beer said:
"What a lady!!!!! God bless her and all of you and your families during lock down."
Tebza Teboho commented:
"What a lovely gesture, that's an attribute of a true leader who is genuinely concerned about employees welfare."
Natasha Motsoeneng added:
"May she get more from where that is coming fro. God bless her family and everything she touches."
Briefly.co.za previously reported about another woman who paid her staff upfront and helped them stock up for the lockdown.
The kind-hearted and caring woman was also praised for paying her workers a three-week salary in advance for them to use during the three-week lockdown that's due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The lockdown announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday will begin on Thursday at midnight until 16 April.
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