Kind Samaritan’s good deed makes a difference in SA: “I salute you”

Kind Samaritan’s good deed makes a difference in SA: “I salute you”

- A Good Samaritan purchased loads of vegetables at a local market

- With the help of his team, he generously made food parcels and donated them to the less fortunate

- South Africans heaped praise on the man for his kindness

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The nationwide lockdown has presented numerous challenges to impoverished South Africans.

Many have frowned upon the restriction of movement, but the more pressing issue is that of increased unemployment and poverty.

The silver lining is that the pandemic has inspired many to work together to help those in need.

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The Bhofolo Intelligence group shared the story of Sizwe Diba via Facebook.

Sizwe went to a local market to source loads of vegetables and used them to make food parcels.

With the help of his team, he generously made food parcels and donated them to the less fortunate.

South Africans appreciated the good news and lauded the young man for his kindness.

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Carole Ann Hen-Boisen said,

"Be blessed brother,,,May you know His richest Blessings for your faithfulness for giving of yourself and for blessing other, Remember Jesus loves you."

Kutala Ngxukume added,

"Wooow God may give u /add more from where take brother blessed is the hand that giveth than the one that taketh."

Xabiso Jwarha Rasi said,

"I salute you bro with your team,,,,big up ningayeki sifuna abantu abanje xa kunzima."

Another example of benevolence was when a young lady assisted a homeless couple with food and accommodation, as reported by Briefly.co.za.

Social media users were full of praise for the amazing gesture.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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