- A kind young lady is helping her fellow South Africans through the use of her baking skills
- As the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown ravages the economy, she's been donating scones to the less fortunate
- News of her generosity started to spread via social media, as her generous offer went viral
The Covid-19 pandemic has wrecked lives across the globe and many have been living from hand-to-mouth following the nationwide lockdown.
Thankfully, more and more South Africans are digging deep into their pockets to help those in need and a talented young baker recently followed suit.
The generous young woman took to Twitter to generously offer to feed five families with her baked scones.
Twitter user Lesego Molefe (@baby_gyell) shared the below caption:
"Hey kea...My name is Lesego and I’m a young baker...I’m looking for 5 family I can bless with 10 liter scones In this tough times...preferably around Pretoria as I’m in mamelodi."
Her tweet can be viewed below.
Briefly.co.za noted the strong reaction, as many requested the scones and also lauded the kind young lady.
Keabetswe (@akreana_) said,
"God bless you baby."
Victorious David (@VictoriusDavid) added,
"Such a beautiful heart, won't mind paying."
Bridget Triumph (@TriumphBridget) said,
"God bless you dear. May God open doors which were shut in your life because of this."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Ishmaelo Chiloane showcased his heart of gold recently, as he generously gave back to his community.
The kind young man generously helped 52 families by blessing them with food parcels during the lockdown.
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