- A good Samaritan has received a lot of praise for his efforts to help keep traffic moving
- Taking to Facebook's ImStaying group, Thee Decade Senior shared a clip of the well-dressed taxi driver directing traffic on a busy KwaZulu-Natal road
- Stayers all joined in to thank the man for his efforts to make the roads a more convenient place
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An unnamed taxi driver has received high praise from Facebooker after a clip of himself directing traffic on a Durban road was shared on the app. Facebook user, Thee Decade Senior, shared the video into the popular group, ImStaying.
The incredibly well-dressed man, who is wearing a burnt orange suit, white shirt, formal men's shoes and even a smart hat, can be seen vigorously directing traffic on the busy road almost as if he was getting paid to do so.
Facebook users and Stayers were left truly inspired by the young gentleman's unexplained decency. They quickly headed to the comments section to share many well wishes and compliments with him for his efforts.
Read some of them below.
Cherryll van Niekerk said:
"Those are the kind of people we need with initiative to take control and do the right thing when there is a need."
Brandon Michael Onions wrote:
"That's awesome! Congratulations! So nice to see someone taking time out to help traffic flow."
Hendrien Pieterse said:
"This man made my day! Someone please give him a Bells!"
Desiree Coetzee wrote:
"Wow, he obviously knows exactly what he is doing... Well done sir."
In more feel-good Briefly.co.za news, a South African mom recently inspired thousands of locals. This is after she took to Facebook group ImStaying to share a picture of the play kitchen she made for her little child out of recycled material.
"With things being so tough and me having a new baby, my daughter has been feeling really left out so when her lil brother finally fell asleep we built this little kitchen. Materials used all recycled, boxes were from our local cash-and-carry and we used cooldrink lids. The best things in life are really free," she wrote.
Facebookers and Stayers were taken aback by this mother's creativity and dedication to putting a smile on her little girl's face. Many of them headed to the comments section to share their thoughts.
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