- In an inspiring social media post, a man spoke about a good Samaritan who returned his cellphone after losing it while long-distance travelling
- Skhuni Sbu EMahhashini posted about a man named Rasta who kept his phone for him after leaving it in a taxi
- The story was posted to Facebook group #ImStaying and has since gone viral
In a post uploaded to social media, a man by the name of Skhuni Sbu EMahhashini spoke about a good Samaritan named Rasta. Skhuni spoke about travelling from Gauteng to KwaZulu-Natal when he left his phone in the taxi.
In a wonderful turn of events, Rasta kept the Skhuni's cellphone and returned it to him. They met again when travelling back to Gauteng. The post was uploaded last night and has since gained over 1 000 reactions. This is what Skhuni wrote:
"This guy Rasta we were together in the tax travelling to KZN. I was sitting at the back. I left my cellphone ...but Rasta kept it until I call and we made an arrangement. I have [it] back from him, thanks my brother."
South African Facebook users were extremely impressed with the good deed and took to the comments section to express this.
Fikile Hlatshwayo wrote:
"Thank you to Rasta, we need more people like him in this country."
Mlungisi Mpendulo Nzuza said:
"Wow! That's awesome! God bless Rasta."
Hilda Polley commented:
"God bless this earth angel."
Mukundi Rambau Tshego added:
"Keep up the good work!"
In other #ImStaying news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a proud woman who celebrated obtaining her law degree without ceremony. Natalie Rosenburg took to the Facebook group #ImStaying to celebrate obtaining her LLB degree. She had to forgo a graduation ceremony due to Covid-19 but that didn't stop her from celebrating.
She also took the opportunity to affirm why she is choosing to stay in South Africa - her friends and family always see the bright side of life and have supported her all the way.
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