- A local woman took to Facebook group, ImStaying to share how an honest man, Vukani, helped someone keep his brand new phone after he forgot it on a store counter
- In the post, she explains that the man forgot the phone and was about to leave when Vukani noticed the phone and brought it to his attention
- Stayers joined the woman in thanking Vukani for his honesty
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A Pietermaritzburg man has recently instilled trust in South Africans after he proved that there are still some honest people left in the world. This after Hajara Naseem took to Facebook group, ImStaying to share how he proved himself an honest person.
According to her post, Vukani noticed that a man was about to forget his phone on a counter at a bakery when he brought it to the attention of a cashier who was able to notify the man that he had forgotten his brand new pricey Samsung phone.
"He is my reason for staying. His name is Vukani and he's from PMB. If you see him wave, say hi he's reinstated my faith in honest people. A brand new Samsung latest model left in error on a counter at Ma Baker Express just as the owner was jumping into his vehicle ready to leave."
"This beautiful soul with integrity saw the abandoned phone and brought it to the cashiers attention Vukani, you are a gem of a person. May you be blessed in abundance." wrote Hajara in the Facebook post.
Meanwhile, Stayers who were left inspired by Vukani's honesty shared their thoughts below the post. Here are some of those thoughts.
Pat Branford wrote:
"Blessings and awesomeness."
While Pamela Mdabe said:
"Thank you Vukani."
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za also wrote, how it is so wonderful to see the power South Africans have when they stand united. A young woman, Seluleko Qwabe, called on Mzansi for help to pay her tuition fees.
On Thursday, Qwabe detailed how she might be financially excluded from continuing her medicine studies at Wits because of the money they owe the higher education institution. She shared a photo of herself and another one of her family on Twitter. Qwabe made a desperate plea to anyone who is willing to help, even if they only donated R10 towards the R132 000 she owes.
The young lady decided to open a crowdfunding page and she has already received a lot of help from kind South Africans. Since launching the page, Qwabe already raised R18 400, Briefly.co.za gathered. According to her BackaBuddy page, the 22-year-old graduated with a degree in Biochemistry and Microbiology at the University of Zululand with 19 distinctions.
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