- Mr Ramabulana from Thulamela Local Municipality has won the hearts of Mzansi
- He was photographed fixing potholes in the road after heavy rains, taking his duty to the next level
- Facebook users flooded the post with hundreds of comments praising his actions
Mr. Ramabulana from Thulamela Local Municipality has been hailed as a hero after he was photographed doing something truly extraordinary.
He saw that the road had been severely damaged by the recent rainfall and took matters into his own hands and began fixing the pot holes.
Briefly.co.za shared the snap of him on Facebook and Mzansi hailed the cop as a hero:
The pic was originally spotted in the #ImStaying group by Nkhumbuleni David Nemakonde where it went viral amassing over 15 000 reactions and almost 900 comments.
This is what Mzansi had to say about the hero cop:
"He deserves a promotion at the very least! For those at the Department of Public Works, if I was your Head of Department, I would fire all Senior Management! One always asks himself a question, what is difficult for HoDs to just submit enough budget & once appropriated just fix the roads. I honestly await a response from all HoDs please!"
"Johannesburg Metro Police Department please recommend to your colleagues in this fellow city department he receive a promotion."
"I'm just imagining if all Leaders and individuals occupying high positions that can make a difference&had the same mentality."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that 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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