- A family has gone above and beyond for their community
- They have gathered what little money they had and bought food and essentials for the disadvantaged
- They are a shining example of what Ubuntu really means
Mhlengi Xyber took to social media to share the fantastic work that his family is doing and possibly inspire others to do the same.
He posted his message on the #ImStaying page of Facebook. They use the little that they have to buy food and essentials for the disadvantaged and the vulnerable in their community.
Briefly.co.za knows that it is thanks to families like these that those who have nothing can endure the lockdown.
"We don't have much, it's hard for us to stay at home because deep down we know that a lot of families in our community are starving so we decided to put a couple bucks together and a few donations from other colleagues to assist the highly disadvantaged families."
They loaded their car with the food and essentials and delivered it to those in their community who needed it most, a true example of Ubuntu.
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Mzansi whole-heartedly approved of what this family is doing and sung their praises online.
Yvonne Charmaine Coetzer Ashton: God bless.
Thembokuhle Shabangu: God bless you... May you please also consider my family .
Carmen Esteves: You are doing a great thing but please protect yourselves and those you are helping. Wear a mask.
Preneal Naidoo: Awesome work guys may the Lord bless you in abundance and grant your heart's desires.
Marcelle Bassingthwaighte: God bless you and all those who are looking after those in need.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that a spaza shop owner became the toast of the town, as news of his good deed went viral.
While foreigners have experienced trouble regarding xenophobia, that didn't stop the Ethiopian man from helping out those in need.
Papama Mdingi took to Facebook to explain that he runs his shop from a container and recently decided to arrange food parcels for the community.
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