- Sphamandla Wiseman Ndabezitha, the petrol attendant who was given only R20 for a R210 fuel bill, has been blessed by South Africans
- Ndabezitha was the victim of a cruel prank that left social media users furious
- Now, Saffas have already donated R15 000 to Ndabezitha and Nedbank vowed to match the total amount
Earlier this week, a video surfaced online showing a man paying a petrol attendant R20 after he was asked for R210, saying that he asked for "two ten", which is two times R10.
South African Twitter users are absolutely furious after the man pulled a prank on Sphamandla Wiseman Ndabezitha by paying far less for his fuel than he owed.
Citizens felt Wiseman was humiliated by the trickster and they immediately reached out to the petrol attendant.
According to IOL, South Africans have thus far donated R15 000 to show Wiseman support. However, it seems the blessings are continuing to roll in for the petrol attendant.
Radio station 702 received a call from Nedbank's Buli Ndlovu, who said the bank will double the total amount raised for Wiseman by good Samaritans.
A video has since been shared online showing Wiseman thanking South Africans for their generosity.
Take a look at the clip below:
Social media users were happy to hear about the support Wiseman received after the cruel prank.
Twitter user, @AardtMarie, commented:
"South Africans can stand together. So happy for him!"
Another social media user, @gypsy_she_wolf, wrote:
"Glad this humble petrol attendant got so much support! Good to know we can stand together!"
Tweep, @thabisorza, added:
"Look at God."
Michelle Heslop, who goes by the Twitter handle @HeslopMichelle, said:
"This is the South Africans I know that rally for a just cause. God bless SA and Ndabezitha Wiseman. So sweet."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported on another viral video. A little girl has stolen South Africans' hearts after her dad filmed her talking about the differences between him and her mom.
The sweet little girl imitated both her parents to show how they react when she has done something wrong.
The adorable video was shared on Twitter by social media user @EzamaCirha, who captioned it:
"This video still gets to me, hey this child sold her mom like that."
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