- A woman has taken to Facebook group I'mStaying to share a photo of a new pair of school shoes that her partner bought for a child in need
- In her post, Tshepiso Tsoane, explains that she told her husband about the learner who was in desperate need of shoes, the very next day he brought a new pair to her classroom
- Locals who were left touched by the couples sheer goodness reacted to the post with hundreds of encouraging comments
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A local woman has taken to popular Facebook group, I'mStaying, to share a heartwarming picture of a little girl wearing tattered old shoes next to a brand new pair of school shoes. In her caption, Tshepiso Tsoane, explains how she expressed concern about the child's shoes to her boyfriend.
"I told my boyfriend about this learner then he went and bought shoes for her. He delivered them at work today." she wrote.
The post received over 2000 reactions from Facebookers who were touched and impressed by both Tshepiso and her boyfriends' kindheartedness. View the tear-jerking picture of the little girl and her new shoes below.
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Here are a few of the comments the generous couple received for their act of kindness.
Kamohelo Vincent Mofokeng said:
"Your boyfriend is the king of the jungle, he takes care of the people."
Comfortee Tibby Mokgokong said:
"I want to see him already. That's a very beautiful thing he did. & congratulations."
While this stayer, Thando Thaelo, offered to pair the shoes with some new socks
"Whatsapp me. I can bring her socks" he said.
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In other Briefly.co.za news, Jack and his wife, Gerry Eccles, have been married for 70 years. They recently celebrated the momentous occasion surrounded by their large family.
Besides 9 children, 20 grandchildren, and 24 great-grandchildren, the pair also had a cake and a picture of the two of them the day they first decided to say "I do" to celebrate the amazing milestone.
After the centre where Gerry lives shut down on March 12 and stopped allowing visitors. 93-year-old Jack didn't let that get in the way of seeing his bride. The very next day Jack packed up his things and rented a room at the nursing home.
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