- A teacher has shown us what love really is, she sent her pupil a get well soon basket after he broke his arm
- His mom, Pinky Msweli, shared her son's joy at receiving the gift in the Facebook group #ImStaying
- Facebook users were blown away with the teachers kind gesture for her pupil
Teachers are amazing, especially the ones who go the extra mile for their "kids", the children they teach who they treat like they are their own.
Pinky Msweli posted some adorable pics of her son receiving a get well soon gift from his teacher, Miss Muni.
He broke his arm on Sunday and Miss Muni surprised him with the gift. The smile on his face says it all.
Pinky posted the pics in the Facebook group #ImStaying and people praised the teacher for her kind gesture:
"Lots of love 2 your son and his awesome teacher ."
"Get well soon big man!! Thank you, teacher, for your love and support ."
"Now that's an awesome teacher with a love for her learners. Well done to you Mam....and get well little brave guy."
Olivia Lewin Anthony:
"Teachers like her has a hugely positive ripple effect on our kids, that's when they feel like being part of the class! Thank you, mam, God bless you"
"And then I had this teacher that told my child to stop asking her endless questions ♀️... then she got angry at her and bullied her when I went to school following morning to ask her what she meant woman to woman ......"
"Then there are angels sent from above to raise our kids like those ones ❤️❤️❤️❤️"
Earlier, Briefly.co.za Londeka Dlamini posted some amazing pics from the air of Johannesburg. She captured the aerial shots from the window of the SA Fair flight she was on.
It really is a breathtaking scene, the city illuminated by thousands of lights, creating beautiful patterns in the night.
She posted the pics in the #ImStaying group on Facebook and people were stunned.
She captioned the post with:
"Last night I captured the most beautiful aerial view of Johannesburg ✈️❤️"
In other news, a young man recently decided to share the joy he was experiencing over the fact that he has now been living with his new kidney a year after he first got the long-awaited kidney transplant.
Taking to Facebook's ImStaying group, Bradley Arendse shared how he had lived with kidney disease for seven years while waiting for a kidney.
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