- Kamogelo Ramaselela has praised her mom for being an amazing person
- She said her mom has always been her role model
- She has fed 210 people so far and planning on feeding many more
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Kamogelo Ramaselela took to Facebook and posted in the #ImStaying page. She revealed that her mom has always been her role model.
She posted pictures of her mom handing out food to those in their community who could not afford meals of their own.#
Briefly.co.za learned that amazingly she has managed to feed 210 people so far and hoping to feed more next week.
"#Imstaying My mom was my role model before I knew wat de word meant..... She is giving back to the community by preparing them a small meal since not all can afford....... By de grace of God, we managed to feed 210 people in the community and we are hoping to feed more next week...... she (my mom) will be doing dis every Friday.........THAT'S WHY I AM STAYING. #IMSTAYING"
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Here is what Facebook users had to say about this amazing woman:
Kim Jordan: "Your mama is a very special person"
Rhona Goble: "What an amazing woman your mama is ...you are very blessed to have such a wonderful role model... ❤️❤️."
Rebone Neo" "How can we support your mom's efforts? Please let us know."
Hilary Steven-Jennings: "Well done to your Mom! What a wonderful lady. May she be richly blessed."
Cilly Vos: "From the photo, I can see that your mom is serving excellent food, healthy, balanced, nutritious! May all follow her example! Thank you, mother, to many! "
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that the lockdown has disrupted the lives of South Africans and many people have had to come up with ways to look after themselves.
Justin Phahlane, who is known as 'The Rubberman', has opened up about his lockdown activities.
Phahlane told Briefly.co.za that he started a garden at his home in the village where he planted veggies.
The gardener helps feed his family and indirectly his entire community. Phahlane donated plants to some of the people in the community so that they could also plant in their own yards.
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