- The Econimic Freedom Fighters (EFF) have gone viral, this time for a good deed
- Members of the EFF in Cape Town, including Councillor Mbulelo Dwane, donated a wheelchair and groceries to a lady in need
- They visited Zinzi Mamputa's house on her 41st birthday to donate the goods, this after they found out that Zinzi had been bedridden for two years
The EFF has gone out of their way to assist a woman who had been bedridden for the past two years. EFF Councillor Mbulelo Dwane and other members donated a wheelchair and groceries to Zinzi Mamputa in Cape Town this past weekend.
According to various posts on social media by the EFF, Zinzi had not left her house since 2017. Zinzi's sister, Thembi Mamputa, also shared a family picture to Facebook as she thanked the EFF for the donation.
Thembi also indicated that the EFF had donated the wheelchair and groceries on Zinzi's 41st birthday. In one of her many posts of gratitude, Thembi said:
"I can't wait to take her out so she can enjoy the sun."
Take a look at the EFF's video of them arriving at Zinzi's place of residence below:
The EFF also added a tweet that included screenshots of Thembi's posts of gratitude:
Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the top tweets under the EFF's original video.
"Thank you EFF [for] my party all day."
"Good work. Keep it up and keep sharing your good deeds so that the tree may be judged by it's fruit."
In other news about good deeds, Briefly.co.za previously reported on a bride and groom who had extra food on their wedding day and decided to donate it to the homeless. American couple Melanie and Tyler are what many would refer to as guardian angels. The two had planned for their wedding before Covid-19 shook everything up.
This meant they had invited around 150 family members and friends as guests and planned catering as well, as one would do on a special day life this. However, due to restrictions imposed during the pandemic, the two could not host such a large number of guests during their August 2020 event.
The meal cost around R31 000 and thanks to the kind couple, 135 people had something special to enjoy that day. As if their act of kindness was not enough, the pair rushed to the shelter after their nuptials and served the food while in their wedding attire.
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