- Facebook user BI Phakathi fed a village of 120 children in a recent video posted to his page
- The video has received over 500 000 views, 1 500 shares and 2 000 comments
- BI Phakathi also made a promise to transfer R5 000 to the "Mama who cooks"
Facebook user BI Phakathi has brought joy to the hearts of social media users once again. This time he fed a village of 120 children and donated R5 000 in cash. BI Phakathi is known for his good deeds and his big heart as his Facebook is full of videos of him helping those in need.
In a video posted to Facebook this week, BI Phakathi can be seen talking to a lady known only as the "Mama who cooks" before introducing himself as an uncle to the children in the village. The video received over 500 000 views, 1 500 shares and 2 000 comments.
The children were gathered in an open area and told to "take their positions" - where they stood a distance away from each other adorned in face masks.
"Mama who cooks" was absolutely elated when BI Phakathi announced he would be doing a bank transfer of R5 000. She began clapping and thanking the generous man and the kids joined in. The kids were then given sweets before BI Phakathi opened his car boot to get rice and oil for the children.
Facebook users were absolutely overjoyed by this good deed and expressed so in their comments.
Sasha van der Merwe wrote:
"My heart is happy. God bless you Sir, as well as all those little children. Shout-out to their "Mamma" too. I adore her."
Harriet Phiri commented:
"uMalume uPhakati I get so emotional watching these videos, your selfless act is unimaginable. May God bless you with more as you bless many."
Linda Kildahl said:
"Watching from Minnesota USA... I get goosebumps watching this. Your voice brings me comfort as I have seen so many of your videos. You have done so much good and touched so many, may God bless you!"
In other feel-good news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a South African lady who gave her last R28 to a stranger and ended up richly rewarded.
A local woman took to Facebook group #I'mStaying to share how her act of kindness resulted in her getting blessed with more than she expected.
In her post, Mmaphuti Molefe says that she gave her last R28 to a woman who needed taxi fare and later on, the same lady, who she gave her number to, sent her R200. Stayers applauded both Mmaphuti and the unnamed stranger for being such upstanding citizens.
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