Single lady praises helpful neighbour that assisted with changing tyre

Single lady praises helpful neighbour that assisted with changing tyre

- A young woman recently took to Facebook to share how her kind neighbour helped her by changing a flat tyre on her car

- The single Mzansi lady also included pictures of the kind neighbour who had taken some time out to help her

- Many locals commended her neighbour for being such a gentleman during the woman's time of need

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A young South African woman recently shared how she found herself in a pickle after her car got a flat and she, unfortunately, does not have the skills to change a flat - nor does she have a man to do it for her.

Luckily for Nwabisa Ndzala, who shared the short story in Facebook's ImStaying group, her kind neighbour quickly came to her rescue. Her post in the group includes pictures of the gentleman hard at work fixing the broken tyre.

Home Affairs employee receives high praise from happy South Africans
"Being single and not knowing how to change a tyre, had my good neighbor to assist me, m so grateful that's why #Imstaying," she wrote.
Single lady praises helpful neighbour that assisted with changing tyre

A helpful neigbour changed a woman's tyre. Image: Nwabisa Ndzala
Source: Facebook

Stayers had this to say:

Damian Marshante Hendricks joked:

"No more fancy n expensive dates wen hooking up...jus sum tyre change...oil leak checks will be a bonus den u know for sure ur hooked pretty soon spark plugs gonna need replacing lol"

MamaDuna Wakwa Saambou said:

"Eish... story of my life. I know how depressing it can be to feel helpless and useless."

Kgoshigadi Mmapula Senong said:

"You’re blessed to have a caring neighbor ❤️I wish to have a neighbor like him"

Nokhanya Sidinile said:

"That is a good neighbor right there, bless his heart."

In similar Briefly.co.za news, a Home Affairs official named Mr SS Loate has been at the receiving end of high praise from Stayers after a local woman, Marida Steurer, shared in the ImStaying group how helpful he was when she visited the Home Affairs building recently.

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"This is Mr SS Loate, the manager of the Department of Home Affairs in Sasolburg. After much frustration with the online system being down for the past several days resulting in tremendous queues (some people even queuing for 3 consecutive days), this man and his team jumped in and showed tremendous commitment to the public.
"People like Mr Loate and his team make it a pleasure to be staying in our beautiful country. #ImStaying right here," she wrote.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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