Mzansi commends honest local woman for returning lost wallet

Mzansi commends honest local woman for returning lost wallet

- A local woman recently received all the praise for her honest actions

- Julian Koboekae took to Twitter to share a picture of the Steers employee who picked up his wallet and kept it safe for him

- Twitter users thanked the young lady for proving that goodness does still exist

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More often than not, people often choose to do whatever it takes to enrichen themselves. Sadly, their choices are hardly deterred by how those actions will affect those around them. And so they harm others only thinking of personal gain.

This is why a young lady recently restored a little faith in humanity with her honest actions. The Steers employee found Twitter user, Julian Koboekae's lost wallet, which contained not only important bank cards, it also had cash in it.

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Instead of taking the cash and tossing the wallet, the way another person may have, she hung on to the wallet until it was safely in its owner's hands. A happy customer and owner of the aforementioned wallet, Julian, took to Twitter to share how grateful he was for her honesty.

"I lost my wallet today at the Steers in Randfontein, this lovely lady found it and kept it for me. I found it with all my money and essentials inside. Her name is Busisiwe Rabohale, @SteersSA y'all have a real one here." he wrote.

Twitter users who were both surprised and pleased to see that people of her caliber still existed, took to the comment section of the refreshing posts to share their thoughts on the honest woman and her actions.

@Gaba_Thithibe said:

"You have a good heart Sisi and please don't allow such scum to change you."
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@BagwellReloaded said:

"I once forgot my sunglasses @SteersSA in Dundee and when I went back the following week I found them, they have really honest people."
Mzansi commends honest local woman for returning lost wallet

The honest Steers employee. Source: Twitter/Julian Koboekae
Source: Twitter

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The tiny guy who still wears his white diapers and wee-sized boardshorts already knows how to water ski. During a family outing in Utah, USA, little Rich refused to be left out during a fun water activity and even put the fun in fantastic.

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The cuteness that radiated from the clip could make even the coldest, hardest heart melt with love.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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