- A ward secretary was praised on social media for building a house for a local family
- The village leader said everyone deserves to have a home and that is why she built the house
- Social media users were inspired by the act of kindness and complimented the new home
A woman has praised her ward secretary for building a home for a family in her village. The secretary paid for all the expenses and blessed the household with new lodgings.
Sxolile Z Ncayiyana heaped praises on the ward secretary on the #ImStaying Facebook group. The woman from Harding in KwaZulu-Natal shared her gratitude over what their secretary did for her community.
"What she has done is beyond words, with everybody who was involved without expecting any pay."
According to the lady, the generous village leader built a home for a local family because "everyone has the right to have a home".
"The pictures will say it all. May this country continue being blessed with such people."
Social media users were impressed by the act of service from the politician. Facebook user Lynn Rowlett Stephenson said:
"Totally amazing, well done."
Phindile Tsotetsi said:
"Led by love for it surpasses all and compassion. Guys you are richly blessed cause you did also from the depths of your hearts. So the Lord sees the heart and touched by your hearts indeed. There will be no lack in your lives and you'll also be protected in every area of your lives by the Almighty God. Stay blessed."
Lunga Nkosi said:
"What a beautiful house it is... May God bless everyone who built the house."
Cheryl Jones said:
"What a difference - lovely. Thank you to everyone involved."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that businessman Collen Mashawana has, through his foundation, fed over 10 000 people in three months. He has been assisting the hungry and poverty-stricken during the Covid-19 pandemic.
He took to social media to share that the Collen Mashawana Foundation has fed over 10 000 people in 60 days through the Covid-19 Relief Program. Most of the beneficiaries of the programme are the elderly, women, people living with disabilities and child-headed houses across the country.
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