- A local teacher recently headed to Twitter to share a heartwarming post about the kind gesture her school is doing
- According to her post, the school offers families in the community a healthy and nutritious vegetable food parcel every week
- South Africans loved it, many of them remarked that schools all over Mzansi should do the same
A beautiful young South African teacher recently warmed many hearts after she revealed the kind gesture that the school she works at does for the families in the surrounding community. According to her post, they hand out nutritious food parcels every week.
The teacher, with the Twitter handle, @Nkule_Radebe1 also shared pictures of the food parcels which consists of a number of vegetables such as cabbage, carrots, tomatoes, and even a nice and big butternut.
"It might seem small to you but it’s a lot for someone else.. my school distributes parcels to our disadvantaged learners every week," she wrote, also adding:
"Thank you so much everyone for such heartwarming messages of thanks and encouragement. Parents and children came in numbers and it did not even last, within hours it was finished"
Impressed locals had this to say:
"The kind of stories I love to read about Mzansi."
"The spirit of ubuntu amplified"
"I like what I am seeing here and the effort is much appreciated. God bless u all"
"Ngikufisela ama blessings angangoThukela for this kind and thoughtful initiative wow"
"This is so Amazing may god bless you’ll for what you are doing."
In other inspiring Briefly.co.za news, a South African man recently did what he does best - planted a seed of both motivation and inspiration, only this time it was not in the ground, but in the hearts and minds of his many followers.
Taking to Twitter, @madlaba83, shared pictures of himself standing around the fruits of his labour - a field full of healthy and delicious looking cabbages. In the caption of the post, he also brags about the exceptional quality of produce he is able to grow.
"It may be all about land but for me it’s the quality of the produce," he captioned the inspirational Twitter post.
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Source: Briefly News