- A South African man recently shared the story of how he lost his wallet and was in complete shambles as a result
- He then explains how someone had gone out of his way to help him be reunited with the wallet
- Many locals loved the positive news, a lot of them sharing their thoughts in the comment section
A young man recently had his faith in humanity restored. Taking to Facebook's ImStaying group, PJ Lekota shared how he had mysteriously lost his wallet. The person who found it however had luckily employed the help of social media to locate him so that she could return the belongings.
"I am grateful that we still have good people in this world. Humanity displayed. Today I lost my wallet/man-purse, I was a mess - my whole life is in there. After the frustration and the ordeal of blocking cards, some of which I couldn't, I got a message that the young woman by the name of Dimpho Thobejane (Mokwene) somewhere in Mphahlele had it.
"The funny thing is she doesn't know how it got into her mom’s car. They only found it when her mom arrived home from Polokwane city, as they were unpacking items from the car. I also don't know how it got there.
"There is only 1 woman I had a brief chat with someone within a store. That has to be the moment. Thank you to Dimpho, and thank you to everyone who has made an effort to contact me and let me know. A terrible day turned into a testimony. The power of social media," he wrote.
Stayers had this to say about the heartfelt post:
Hazel Ntsokontsoko said:
"You are very lucky and thank God the right people found your wallet. Blessings to you all."
Nzoyi Mokoteli said:
"That's Ubuntu and for that God will bless them."
Keeping in tune with heartfelt news, Briefly.co.za also reported that Faizal Miller shared a truly emotional post to the #ImStaying group on Facebook recently. Faizal's daughter will be doing community service in Lusikisiki, Eastern Cape.
He travelled with his wife and daughter through the breathtaking capital town. Faizal wrote about his Lusikisiki experience in detail. His words touched the hearts of many Stayers, some of whom asked him to write more about his travels. The dad referred to his young daughter as a "kind and generous soul".
A quick look at Faizal's Facebook page shows that he lives in the Western Cape, quite a distance from his little girl.
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