- Noluthando Vazi decided to go a good deed and the reward was in the amazing feeling she felt at helping another person
- She gathered some items up for an old woman whose house had burnt down and revealed that it made her feel really good
- She posted her story in the Facebook group #ImStaying and uploaded some photos
Noluthando Vazi saw on Facebook that a gogo's house had burnt down. She couldn't stand by and no nothing, so she collected some items and donated them to the unfortunate woman.
She revealed that she felt really good after helping her, especially that this woman needed it most.
Briefly.co.za learned that she posted her story in the Facebook group #ImStaying and captioned her photos with the following:
"I saw on Facebook this Grandma's house was burnt down. I decided to collect these items and donated to Gogo. It was a good feeling to do something for someone who needs the most."
Thoko Meyambo asked where the woman lives, she would like to help as well:
"Where about does Gogo stay? I would like to give her something too."
"Thoko Meyambo She stays at Ezinyoka PE."
The comments section was flooded with praise for Noluthando:
"Your kindness is on another level, thank you for reaching out."
"Wooooow keep up the good work,may God continue to bless you ."
"Every little thing counts. I'm sure she was over the moon."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Roxanne Carter shared a touching story of a Grade 12 class who surprised a classmate, Tasreeq Doovey, whose cell phone was stolen.
On top of this the young man couldn't afford to buy himself a matric jacket. His classmates got together and raised the money to buy him a second-hand phone and a matric jacket.
The touching gesture brought the boy to tears. She was beaming with pride at these young adults who proved that Ubuntu is alive.
In other news, Xolani Mdluli and other unmentioned SA youth have managed to melt many hearts with an initiative that is meant to better the lives of the less fortunate. The group have shared an idea called the "FreeBread" campaign to provide bread to the poor.
The post, which was shared in the popular Facebook group I'mStaying, read as follows:
"We started a #FREEBREAD compaign, not because we are rich or better than anyone but because we know there are people who have no idea where will the next meal come from, and everyone is going through tough times financial but we saw the need to share the little we have with the community ❤ we will never post pictures of beneficiaries of this compaign."
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