- A young man is being praised on Facebook after he tracked a lady down to return her lost bank card
- Shadrack Mabote managed to find Tilla Kriel Swanepoel's house to return her card after she lost it in town
- Tilla posted about Shadrack on Facebook group, #ImStaying and the young man is receiving tons of well-wishes
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An honest young man is being praised on Facebook group #ImStaying after he tracked a lady down to return her bank card. Tilla Kriel Swanepoel shared a story about Shadrack Mabote to the group recently.
Tilla explained that she had no idea who Shadrack was but he ran to her house to give her her bank card. She believes she lost it when she was in town. Shadrack found her card and made a few enquiries before finding Tilla's house and returning the card. Her post read:
"Yesterday this guy that I don't know was running to my house and gave me my bank card and I immediately realise that I must have lost it when I was in town. He told me he made some enquiries to find out to whom it belongs. Shadrack Mabote thank you."
Tilla's inspiring post about Shadrack has received 14 000 reactions, over 300 shares and over 750 comments from Stayers. Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the comments.
Marianne Olwage-Smit wrote:
"Good karma for you, hope you got a handsome reward."
Ivy Muller said:
"What a beautiful soul... May you be blessed abundantly."
Dimakatso Mofokeng commented:
"Bravo Shadrack all the blessings for you."
Eve De Reuck added:
"God bless you young man. So glad to know there are still people caring for others."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on two honest security guards who returned R4 000 in cash to its rightful owner. A South African lady has shared an inspiring story on Facebook group #ImStaying about two security guards who returned R4 000 in cash to her. Melanie Giezing withdrew the money with the intent to buy a part for her car.
When she arrived at the car part shop she realised she did not have the money she withdrew. Arriving back at the bank after her realisation, a security guard approached her to ask what the problem was. She explained her situation and he then called another security guard, who had her cash to hand.
Melanie said the security guard had kept the money with him awaiting the owner's return. They planned to check security footage of who withdrew the money if no one had returned to collect it. Melanie took down their names and promised to give them something when she received her pension.
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