Kind lady blesses 3 families during lockdown, calls on Mzansi to unite

Kind lady blesses 3 families during lockdown, calls on Mzansi to unite

- A kind lady came to the aid of three Zimbabwean families in need

- South Africans heaped praise on her for the good deed, as the news spread via social media

- The woman called on South Africans to adopt a family that might be struggling during the nationwide lockdown

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The nationwide lockdown has already had a huge impact within Mzansi.

Many South Africans have already suffered due to the devastating impact on the economy.

However, Lauretta Raphasha reminded everyone that foreign nationals within Mzansi have also been impacted.

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Lauren took to the #ImStaying Facebook group and revealed that she knew of three Zimbabwean families who were struggling, as a result of the pandemic.

The generous woman has been making food parcels to assist the families during this period.

She also called on other South Africans to follow suit and adopt a family in need. The post attracted a strong response from social media users.

Kind lady blesses 3 families during lockdown, calls on Mzansi to unite

Facebook: #ImStaying
Source: Facebook

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Mercy Katuruza said,

"True love knows no boundaries Thank you very much for remembering them. May the Good Lord richly bless you."

Solange Lali Kingelezi Muyima added,

"Jesus Christ bless your beautiful heart. And make your cup runneth over."

Val Munnik responded,

"May the good Lord bless you for your care and kindness to those in need whatever it may be. So wonderful is your idea to adopt a family who need help. Thank you."

Gillian Arendse said,

"A heart after God ... u will receive ten fold my dear lady daughter of the great."

Meanwhile, reported that Police Minister Bheki Cele hasn't ruled out the possibility of the current 21-day national lockdown being extended as SA continues to fight against the coronavirus.

Cele explained that there's no rush to lift the lockdown while the health risks remain high.

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