- A young South African woman recently headed to Facebook to thank the Department of Labour official who assisted her
- In the post, she explains how the helpful woman went out of her way to make sure her UIF application went smoothly
- The post quickly became popular with other Facebookers also thanking the hardworking official
Good help is hard to come by which is why receiving special assistance from a worker is truly something to be grateful for. Ncesh Dyosi can completely relate, having received a ton of help from a labour department official.
She recently took to Facebook's ImStaying group to thank the official, whose name is Gloria Vece. In the heartwarming post, she explains how Gloria had gone out of her way to help her receive her UIF money.
"This is Gloria Vece who works at @Dept of Labour. She helped me a lot since June when I was submitting my UIF claims. As a result she said I must stop going on those long queues in the morning she will call and inform me or I must call her if I want to check my payment.
"She also took me to her supervisor Lusizo because my claims were rejected because I was registered for Covid-19 TERS which I didn't receive a cent from TERS money. Both of them were busy on my case till a group of officials from the region came to their dept to help people with unpaid claims came," she writes.
She then goes on to thank Gloria for her dedication to her job, commending her for doing it with so much determination and dedication. Soon Stayers joined in on thanking Gloria. Read a few of their comments below.
Goolam Hoosen Khan said:
"Gratitude and blessings."
Nonduduzo Simphiwe Dlamini said:
"I love it when I get excellent service."
In similar heartwarming news, Brielfy.co.za also reported that a young South African lady, Christina M Mkansi, recently took to Facebook's ImStaying group to commend Thembisa men for all the different things they do to provide for and look after their families.
"Dear men in Tembisa. I've got nothing but respect for you. Especially you who wake up at 4am to go clean at factories. You who scream all-day-everyday at the taxi rank selling cool time and airtime. You whose back aches every night from a full day of hard labour in the sun ko jarateng ya mlungu."
The long post continues as she lists all the things the hardworking men find themselves braving through to make ends meet. Soon it blew up, reaching over 2 000 likes. Many locals also joined in on thanking the men.
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