- A local construction worker has taken to Facebook to explain how he and a few colleagues all put money together to buy a needy boy school shoes
- In the heartwarming post, he also included pictures of the shoes as well as the workers in their uniform
- Locals were left moved by the good deed, many of them praising the hardworking workers in the comment section
One good deed goes a long way. Local construction workers have proved this t =o be true after they all pitched in to buy a young boy some school shoes and socks so that he would feel confident and motivated at school.
Heading to Facebook, one of the workers, Mahlatse Mogadima explained how he and a few of his colleagues decided to make a difference in the child's life by buying him some much-needed school shoes and socks.
In the post, he also included a pic of the child getting the new shoes and socks as well as a few of his hardworking colleagues who spend many days working hard underneath the hot South African sun to make money.
Meanwhile, South Africans have shared their thoughts on the heartwarming post in the comment section, some of which Briefly.co.za has compiled below.
Bathobile Mwelase said:
"Siyabonga zibokovane for the good work keep it up."
Gerda Raath commented:
"Be the change you want to see."
Keeping in tune with good news, Briefly.co.za also reported that mothers are a source of endless joy and comfort, appreciating their presence in our lives is the very least we can do to say thank you. A young man recently took to Facebook to show his mom some love.
Sir-Jovial Maisela Legadimana headed to the popular ImStaying group to share a short clip of himself having a bit of fun with his mom. In the clip, he can be seen lifting her up and gently swinging her around, much to her delight. He sweetly captioned the post:
""When we get time, let's make our mothers happy hey, we call her 'Bomma'. That's the reason #imStaying."
Thousands of touched Stayers loved the heartwarming post. Many of them headed to the comment section to share kind words and thoughts with the young man.
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Source: Briefly News