- A young man surprised many when he returned a wallet he found in a parking lot to its owner
- Instead of spending all the money inside the wallet, Mduu Semane Mandlazi decided to look for the owner
- Siphindile Lubisi took to social media to show her gratitude to Mduu for returning her purse with everything still inside
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An honest South African man has been praised after going all-out to find the owner of a wallet he found in a parking lot.
Siphindile Lubisi took to social media to show appreciation to Mduu Semane Mandlazi who returned her wallet back with everything still inside, including money.
Siphindile shared that Mduu told her that he saw the wallet on the ground in the parking lot where she had parked her car.
"I think it fell when I was going inside the car. He went all the way to call all the docrs' cards inside and went to Ligwalagwala FM. I am speechless... God bless you!"
Siphindile's post was shared by Busisiwe Nyathi on the #ImStaying Facebook page. Social media users have applauded Mduu for his good deed.
Farooq Bhyat commented:
"Absolutely amazing human being, you're a rare breed, may you be blessed."
Mpumi Thulo Tsoaela said:
"Such a kind-hearted guy. God bless you."
Jenni Walls wrote:
"Good man... Bless you sir."
Thilly Maluleka added:
"Well done bro. The world is short of people like you... God bless you."
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that a good Samaritan lent a helping hand to a gogo who couldn't find her way back home after collecting her medication from hospital.
Xolie Farida Kuzani posted on the Facebook group #ImStaying that she was on her way to a supermarket when she met the old woman who couldn't even walk properly. Xolie said she was moved when she realised that no one was willing to help the gogo. Other people were just looking at her. She said:
"I went to her and asked her where she's going. She said she's looking for the taxis going home from the hospital."
Xolie further said that the woman, who looked old enough to be a pensioner and uses a stick to walk, was going the wrong direction when she approached her.
"I took her to the taxis, bought her food and left her in the taxi."
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