- A police officer has been hailed a hero after helping a young woman who was stuck on the road
- The woman's father, James Lewis, said his daughter - who is a new driver - had hit a pothole on Rand Airport Road and was distraught and in tears
- James took to social media to thank the officer who also assisted his daughter change her flat tyre
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A police officer has been hailed an angel after helping a young woman who was stuck on the road due to a flat tyre.
The woman's father, James Lewis, took to social media to gush about the officer he only identified as Lawrence.
James said his daughter, who is a new driver, had hit a pothole on Rand Airport Road in Germiston. He said she was distraught and in tears.
"Officer Lawrence turned around, came and asked her if she was okay. He then stayed with her until help came, whom was my wife (who can change a spare by the way). When he saw it was another woman, he assisted in the wheel change."
James thanked Lawrence and described him as a "shining example of an officer and gentleman".
"You lived up to serve and protect by going the extra little bit more. Much appreciated."
Other social media users who were impressed by the officer's good deed also praised him.
Liza De Jong Komlosy commented:
"An angel in disguise."
Lorraine Manning wrote:
"Thank you Sir .Respect. Thank you for all you are and do."
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Sandra Gerber said:
"Thank you for helping, officer. You deserve a medal!"
Gloria Manefeldt wrote:
"We need much more people like you. God bless you and your family."
In other good news, Briefly.co.za reported that Shoni Masutha, who hails from Nzhelele is one inspiring young woman. The 30-year-old has managed to secure yet another degree.
Masutha already holds a degree in social work and a Master's in public health and advanced health management.
She has now added yet another qualification to her name. Masutha graduated with a Master's degree in sports administration at the Russian International Olympic University.
A tweep, @nomsachingowe, wrote about more of Masutha's achievement, adding that she "worked with FISU as student ambassador, FASU as chairperson of student committee, CUCSA as student assessor".
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