- A grateful South African woman recently shared a touching post about the man who helped her when she was stranded
- Her heartwarming post included pictures of the kind man working on her car, which had developed a problem with a tyre on a busy road
- Many locals headed to the comment section to commend the man for displaying that goodness still exists in South Africa
A young grateful South African lady, June Burke, recently shared how a kind stranger had taken his time out to prove that there are still a lot of good people left in our beautiful country, South Africa.
In her heartwarming ImStaying post, June explains that the man, Silvano Recchia, had noticed that she had been left stranded on a busy road due to a faulty tyre. He sprung into action and helped her fix the tyre.
"A big thank-you to Silvano Recchia for coming to the rescue on the freeway this afternoon. It's great to know that we can still find such kind and thoughtful gentlemen in SA... that's why I'm staying," she wrote.
Meanwhile, Stayers were moved by Silvano's act of kindness. They had this to say:
Hermia Davie-Brower said:
"Awesome June, glad you're safe. Well done to the hero of your day."
Noscar Mashaba said:
"Gentlemen, please teach your woman how to change a flat tyre, I thank you."
Doug Billson said:
"Most ladies can change a tyre. But it is gentlemanly to help a lady. And not only the traffic is a hazard, but criminals are also as well. Men, do the right thing."
In other touching Briefly.co.za news, 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.
"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.
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