Young entrepreneur celebrates his birthday by feeding 28 poor families

Young entrepreneur celebrates his birthday by feeding 28 poor families

- A small business owner celebrated his birthday in fine style by giving back to his community

- The young entrepreneur used his resources in the fruit and vegetable sector to donate food parcels to 28 families

- News of his good deed started trending via social media and South Africans were touched by his act of kindness

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South Africans have been reeling ever since the coronavirus reached our shores in March.

Following the nationwide lockdown, millions have struggled to put food on the table and small business have suffered.

Despite this, the owner of a fruit and vegetable stall decided to make a difference to his community in Umthatha.

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Luyanda "Ndosbi" Nongwadi recently celebrated his birthday and part of the festivities involved donating food parcels to 28 families in need.

Anele Nkonki shared news of his good deed via the #ImStaying Facebook group and Briefly.co.za noted that it went viral.

Below is a screenshot of the Facebook post.

Young entrepreneur celebrates his birthday by feeding 28 poor families

Screenshot of Anele Nkonki's post Source: Facebook
Source: Facebook

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South Africans were blown away by Ndosbi's generosity and they also took the opportunity to wish him on his special day.

Shirley van Niekerk said,

"Amazing, bless you."

Cheryl Jones added,

"Happy Birthday. Hope you have an awesome day and thank you for what you are doing."

Beaurothy Masikane said,

"He is such an angel, all the best on your business endeavour."

Briefly.co.za previously reported that farmers in the Western Cape have made a huge donation for fruit and vegetables to communities in the area.

The products were sourced from Agri SA, Laastedrift Boerdery, Yara fertilizers and a team of dedicated farm workers.

The generosity of South African farmers has gone a long way to help vulnerable communities across the country.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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