- Tracey Nhla Williams knows what an empty stomach feels like
- She doesn't want anyone else to experience such a horrible feeling
- Using what little resources she had, she put together food parcels for vulnerable people in her community
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Tracey Nhla Williams knows what if feels like to be hungry and would not wish that on anyone. She feels so passionate about it that she put together what little she had to but food for people in his community Kwa Mashu E and G section and Mount Royal (Phoenix).
She posted her good deed on Facebook page #ImStaying:
"I'm staying because I know how it feels to be hungry, which is why I decided to share whatever little we could to give to Kwa Mashu E section, G and Mount Royal (Phoenix)."
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Facebook users were delighted with her kind heart and generous donation:
Stephen Mokwa Matabane: "Thank you and God bless your hands financially to do more."
Jeanne Le Clair Kopp: "Your heart reflects who you are. PRECIOUS."
Marilyn Van Blommestein Watkins: "May God continue to bless you abundantly."
Shirley Chinniah: "Wonderful gesture. You will surely be blessed with more."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that a man, Themba Malume, has become a social media hero with his innovative way to help feed the less fortunate during these difficult times.
Malume took to the #ImStaying Facebook group on Wednesday to share photos of an agri-park he started.
In the post, Malume revealed the large garden, where he grows veggies, used to be a dumping site.
On one of the nearby walls, it is written: "No dumping, save the children."
Not only does Malume's idea feed those who are struggling during lockdown, it also has a positive impact on the environment.
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