- A South African photographer recently did his bit for the world after helping a mother organise a photoshoot for her disabled son
- The photographer, who usually does shoots at his studio, travelled all the way to her house to do the shoot
- South African citizens lauded the photographer for making the mom and her son happy customers
A local mom recently took to Facebook's ImStaying group to gush over a photographer that went out of his way to provide a shoot for her son on his birthday. In her post, she explains how it was difficult to transport her disabled son all the way to the studio, even though she really wanted one for him on his special day.
"On the 31 of October my warrior sOn was turning 8. All I wanted for his birthday was for him to have a photoshoot.
"I was so stressed as I will have to travel a long distance for him to have one. I explained everything to the photographer about my son's condition and that it would be hard for us to travel long distance.
"The guy agreed to come to us and have the photoshoot at our home #im staying because they made eveything simple for us + the lil man was not well on that dat the photographer was very patient with us," she wrote in the touching Facebook ImStaying post.
Meanwhile moved Facebookers headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the kind photographer's actions. Many of them lauded him for going out of his way to help the family out.
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, a local man shared an adorable image of his grandmother riding a bicycle. @RudolfMosoma shared three images of his gogo and her bicycle to Twitter recently and South Africans are loving it.
Rudolf didn't give any content to the images he shared, he simply captioned it with two red hearts. Nevertheless, Saffa tweeps took to his replies section to share their reactions to his happy gogo and her bicycle.
Although many tweeps were impressed by @RudolfMosoma's gogo, others took the opportunity to make jokes. One person, @CF_Mahlangu said:
"I don't know why but hai khona! Yes, there are plenty of health benefits to this but hai khona."
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