Sister's double act of kindness helps sibling buy Christmas clothes

Sister's double act of kindness helps sibling buy Christmas clothes

- Zwivhuya Ramuzwila shared a story about her amazing sister to the #ImStaying group on Facebook

- Zwivhuya had misplaced clothes that she had bought for her three sons and with the help of her sister was frantically searching for them

- Without batting an eye, Zwivhuya's sister replaced the packet of clothes that had been misplaced

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Siblings are friends we're born with. Although sibling rivalries exist, most people with siblings tend to get closer as they get older. Zwivhuya Ramuzwila's sister, however, is an angel in disguise. Zwivhuya wanted to buy Christmas clothing for her three boys but was short on cash.

Zwivhuya's sister asked her to wait while she was out shopping for the clothes. Zwivhuya managed to buy a few items of clothing and her sister covered the rest. On her way home, Zwivhuya noticed that the packet containing the clothes was nowhere to be found.

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She went back to look at every shop they entered in hopes that she would find the missing packet. Her sister told her not to worry if she was unable to find the clothes as she had bought the kids other clothes.

Sister's double act of kindness helps sibling buy clothes
Zwivhuya (left) is forever thankful for her sister's (right) amazing generosity. Source: Zwivhuya Ramuzwila
Source: Facebook

Zwivhuya concluded her post on the #ImStaying group with:

"I don't know how to thank her, she has a heart of gold. I can't praise her enough. Sister, I love you and for that, I'm staying."

Stayers were impressed by Zwivhuya's sister's endless love for her. They shared their love in the comments section.

Sarah Mhlongo said:

"Your sister is a blessing to you. May you continue to be a unit."

Margaret Basson wrote:

"Wow that is a sister in a million and she did not get upset just bought more Thanks, kind sister, you will be blessed."

Willie En Jessie Wessels commented:

"You have a caring sister who loves you a lot. May you both be blessed."

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Annah Mmusi added:

"Blessings to your sister, we often hope for such in families with siblings."

In other inspiring news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on nine-year-old Tshepo who donated money in celebration of his birthday. Ngakane Ntshangase Tidimalo shared a post online last week about a little girl whose Christmas wish was to have food. Ngakane felt stressed as she tried to figure out how she was going to make this little girl's wish come true.

That's where 9-year-old Tshepo came to the rescue. Tshepo wanted to spend his birthday by giving hope and love to a disadvantaged family. The young man sent Ngakane R800 with a little note reading: "Happiness to every child, merry Christmas."

Ngakane was so taken aback by this random act of kindness by such a young person that she shared the news to the #ImStaying group on Facebook.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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