- Two young men took to Facebook to share a lovely video showing them purchasing and donating sanitary pads
- Siyabulela Martins tagged Sisa Caesar in the five-minute-long video of the day they spent helping a community
- The video was shared to Facebook and South Africans are sharing tons of love with the young men
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Two young men are being graciously thanked by social media users after they spent their day buying and donating sanitary pads. Siyabulela Martins shared a video of their amazing deed to Facebook and tagged Sisa Caesar.
They show every moment from driving to the supermarket to donating the pads at what seems to be a school in a nearby community. Siyabulela captioned the post with:
"We are too young to give you lessons but we would like to give you one."
The video he shared is just over five minutes and 30 seconds long and has gained almost 4 000 views. South African Facebook users took to Siyabulela's comments section to thank him and Sisa for going out of their way to do this.
Click here to watch the amazing video. Briefly.co.za took to the comments section to see what people were saying.
Mmamotheotebogo Menwe said:
"Keep up the good work!"
Liyabona Mvandaba wrote:
"This needs to go viral. One of the cutest things I've seen on social media. I respect you."
Lulonke Mashalaba commented:
"Awesome job!! So proud of you. God bless you guys."
Sesethu Butii added:
"I literally have tears in my eyes. This is just amazing Siya. RESPECT!"
In other news about good Samaritans, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a Joburg man who fed the homeless on his birthday. A Johannesburg man is being praised after he spent his birthday feeding the homeless around the CBD. Letlhogonolo Motseeng shared images of his good deed to Facebook, saying that he met "amazing souls."
Letlhogonolo captioned his amazing post:
"Spent my birthday in the streets of Joburg CBD with these amazing souls. I had some good conversations with some of them, gave them food and masks. Now my heart is fulfilled."
His post was reshared to the #ImStaying group by Boitshoko Magetse and Stayers showered the young man with compliments. Letlhogonolo's good deed crept into the heart of many South Africans who said he is the reason they are staying.
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