- Olefile Olifant was having a tough time after she picked her daughter up from school and realised she was running out of petrol
- She went to three different petrol stations but all their ATMs and speed point machines were either offline or not working
- Thankfully Olefile stopped at an Engen garage where she met the amazing Mojalefa who used his last cash to fill her tank
Petrol attendants in South Africa are known for being the kindest, most helpful people you could ever meet. Mojalefa proved just that when he helped an unknown lady who had no petrol and was in a rush.
Olefile Olifant shared that on 25 November she had to pick her daughter up from créche during her lunch break. On her way home, she realised that her petrol tank was almost empty. She stopped at three petrol stations to get help but their ATMs and speed point machines were not working.
She arrived at the Engen garage at Neserhof where she met the amazing Mojalefa. Mojalefa had R70 on him which he used to fill Olefile's tank. She was able to make her way home and then back to work to finish her shift thanks to his kind act.
She concluded her post by saying:
"I really want to thank him a lot. May God bless you with more and more. Thanks a lot Mojalefa."
Olefile shared this beautiful encounter to the #ImStaying group on Facebook where Stayers left messages of love and positivity for Mojalefa.
Kgotsie Lehula said:
"May what is in your pockets Mojalefa multiply a thousandfold."
Tanja Smit wrote:
"#ImStaying in Klerksdorp!!"
Dineo Manyapelo commented:
Lebogang Letlabika added:
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a kind security officer that helped a woman who was stuck on the side of the road. Melissa Adamo was having a "blue Monday" yesterday and decided to push her car a little harder, even though the "no petrol" light had been flashing for a couple of days. Unfortunately, she ran out of petrol in the middle of Sandton.
Melissa was now stuck on the side of the road not knowing who to call or what to do in this situation. That's when Fortunate pulled up next to her to ask if she was okay. Melissa explained her situation to him and he jumped into action.
Fortunate first put up the orange triangle a distance away from her car before driving her to the nearest garage. After locating a bottle big enough to fill her tank with petrol, they got the petrol attendant to cut a funnel and drove back to her car.
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