- A kind stranger has made a little girl and her mom's day after paying for the little one's school clothes
- According to a heartwarming Facebook post, the young mother had laid the school stuff by and when she went back to pay, she was told it was paid for
- Many SAcans loved the post, each thanking the kind stranger in the comment section
A young woman, Ziyanda Gumede recently took to Facebook's ImStaying group to share how a generous stranger had paid for her little girl's school clothes after she laid them by at a local PEP store in her area.
"Today I had a staying moment. I went with R100 to Pep store Pavilion to deposit on a school uniform lay-by for my 5-year-old daughter she's been nagging me to bring her school uniform, I tried explaining to her that I don't have enough money yet I'm going to pay some money to the shop then when I have money again I'll come back with her uniform.
"To my surprise, I was told someone has paid for the items I was so shocked never knew I could ever have a staying moment. Thank you so much to the customer who paid for school uniforms at Pep Pavilion because I was told the customer always come in January to pay for uniform lay-bye. My daughter is so happy she can't wait to start school. #ImStaying," she wrote.
Meanwhile, Stayers had this to say about the kind stranger::
Joy Stylianou Cotsiou said:
"That is awesome, thank you to the kind person who paid for the uniform, may God bless them."
Tebogo Moganedi said:
"Amazing story...there are angels among us."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, Sashnee Govender shared her amazing story on Facebook in the #ImStaying about how a complete stranger trusted her enough to loan her money.
She was at the Engen Quikshop in Stanger Manor and had tried to use her card to pay for her items but her transaction was declined but her banking app showed that the transfer had gone through.
She did not have any cash on her and had no idea how she was going to pay for her items. It was then that the cashier, Sphamandla Salim, came to the rescue. He offered to pay for her goods which came up to around R20. She couldn't believe it.
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Source: Briefly News