Waitress thanks friends for helping her with food and electricity

Waitress thanks friends for helping her with food and electricity

- A woman, Nomagcine Mamgcina MameBoyz Mdzeke, has thanked her generous friends

- Mdzeke works as a waitress and has not been able to generate an income during the lockdown

- Luckily, her friends supported Mdzeke and blessed her with food, cash and electricity

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On Wednesday, a woman, Nomagcina Mamgcina MameBoyz Mdzeke, took to the #ImStaying Facebook page to gush about her amazing friends.

She revealed that she works as a waitress and the lockdown simply meant no work, no pay. With kids at home, Mdzeke was not sure how she would be able to get through this trying time and her friends decided to reach out and help.

One of her friends, Unathi Nomadayi Nyembezi, saw a social media post by Mdzeke about the lockdown and she immediately offered her help.

She gave Mdzeke money to buy food but the mom took too many groceries and could not pay for everything, even with the money Nyembezi gave her.

However, another friend, Tsidi Kraai, was with Mdzeke at the shop and she offered to pay for the rest of the groceries.

She then posted about her amazing friends online and was surprised by two more kind women. Phumeza Mzazela and Zimkhitha Notshokovu offered to buy Mdzeke electricity.

Take a look at her post below:

Waitress thanks friends for helping her with food and electricity

Screenshot of Nomagcina Mamgcina MameBoyz Mdzeke's Facebook post.
Source: Facebook

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Waitress thanks friends for helping her with food and electricity

Screenshots of chats between Mdzeke and her friends. Photo credit: Nomagcina Mamgcina MameBoyz Mdzeke/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

South Africans applauded the friends for standing by Mdzeke during these difficult times.

Moloko MamaLehumo Sassygal commented:

"God bless their beautiful hearts."

Teddy B Phoku said:

"Such great friends, may your friendship last long. God bless them."

Khensani Shuma wrote:

"God bless them and give them strength to help others."

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported a family of six were struggling without food, electricity and money during the lockdown. One of the relatives asked for R10 worth of electricity online and kind strangers responded generously.

Instead of only R10 electricity, the Good Samaritans bought enough for the family to last them at least the month and they donated other goods as well.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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