- A woman, Samke Nkwanyan, was touched by her neighbour's living conditions
- She took to social media to share a video of the single mom's struggle
- South Africans have since reached out to help Samke's neighbour
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On Saturday, a woman, Samke Nkwanyan, shared a heart-wrenching video on Twitter showing the poor living conditions of her neighbour.
In the post, Samke revealed her neighbour needs food, clothes, beds, money and a new window.
Her video gathered over 116 500 views and it touched South Africans' hearts.
Take a look at the post below:
She added in another post:
Two days after her first post, Samke shared photos of her neighbour's home. She had cleaned the rooms and managed to get her blankets and a mattress for the bed.
She wrote: "Day 1, definitely an improvement."
Samke then revealed she had purchased some groceries for the struggling mother with R400.
Soon, more South Africans pledged their help and others praised Samke for going the extra mile to help her neighbour.
Twitter user, @HumphreyYic, commented:
"I want to organise a few things, blankets, toys for children, hopefully food vouchers as well. Please DM the details."
Another tweep, @Deartroublegal, added:
"Samke, I love you. God bless you even more. Your effort won't go unnoticed. You are kind, and that woman will be helped because of your effort."
Some South Africans even bought the struggling lady electricity and Samke thanked them on Twitter:
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Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported a man helped out a lady renting his flat. Many people have had trouble paying rent during the lockdown and one landlord blessed his tenant.
He revealed the lady could not pay rent and he wrote off the entire amount she owed.The tenant was so thankful, she decided to do something nice for him and it inspired South Africans.
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