- The owner of a shisa nyama and tavern donated generously towards his community
- Despite the financial pressures on his business due to the lockdown, he donated food parcels to those in need
- News of his good deed was shared via social media and went viral
Businesses across the globe have been hit hard by the Covid-19 crisis and respective lockdowns.
Restaurants and pubs have felt the impact, as they haven't been allowed to trade in Mzansi under the initial lockdown restrictions.
Despite the financial implications, the owner of a shisa nyama and tavern came to the aid of his community.
Zabas Shisanyama donated food parcels to those in need and distributed them from their premises.
The news was shared via Facebook and Briefly.co.za noted that it immediately started trending.
Mondli Smitos Hlengwa Mashasha said,
"Awu Mnu Zaba mfwethu we are VERY PROUD of you, you have done what others in POWER ✊ are failing to do. BIG UP MY BROTHER."
Conny Sithole added,
"God bless you ❤️ enjoy your Day Take care Christ make Free Joy Hope Peace Love faith mercy Grace Arise and shine Amen."
Candice Pennels responded,
"God bless you...you are the 1st tavern owner that i see doing this in this lockdown period...may ur business grow mre & always be blessed......no offence to other tavern owners."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Siya Kolisi visited the place where he grew up and he blessed the community.
The Springbok captain and his foundation handed out food parcels to the less fortunate.
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