- A proud South African man recently headed to Facebook to celebrate doing a great amount of good during the 2020 lockdown
- In the post, the young man explains that they had managed to give away 5000 meals during the harsh lockdown
- Many headed to the comment section to thank the man for displaying true humanity at a time when it was needed the most
In the year 2020 many peoples lives changed dramatically because of a killer virus that showed no mercy. For the poor in South Africa, things went from bad to worse as a nationwide lockdown brought the little bit of income they managed to secure for themselves was no longer available to them. One man and his unmentioned crew of helpers set out to ease the burden.
Taking to Facebook's ImStaying, a young South African man, Kamohelo Ky-mo Tsoake shared how he and many others helped to feed those who could not feed themselves during the 2020 lockdown.
"We gave away more than 5000 meals during 2020 lockdown. #ImStaying," he wrote proudly.
Grateful Stayers encouraged Kamohelo by saying:
Rosey Rose Maifadi said:
"God bless the hand that gives to the less fortunate"
Tammy Ford Harmse said:
"Well done, do what you can and you will be blessed."
Mj Sitibe said:
"Hope the leaders are watching this and taking notes"
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, another Mzansi nurse has been commended by grateful South Africans. Matimba Hlungwani, a nurse at Milpark hospital received a lot of praise from Mzansi after Tshameleni Malungani shared in Facebook's ImStaying how he went out of his way to make her elderly dad feel at ease during a difficult hospital stay.
"This young man is the reason I am staying. His name is Matimba Hlungwani, a male nurse at Milpark Hospital. My dad, who is 84 years old, was admitted for the past 3 weeks. Since you can't visit your loved ones during Level 3 to check on them you have to phone.
"This young man will make sure that I speak to my dad every single day. Today it was so emotional when he was discharged and saying to me this boy has a good heart and God will protect him. He said he was taking good care of me and so respectfully. These days we hear terrible stories about nurses especially elderly people who are helpless," she wrote gratefully.
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