- A young woman recently took to Facebook to share a touching story about how she helped a healthcare worker in need
- According to the post, she noticed the nurse was walking home and unable to catch a taxi, this is when she offered the nurse a ride
- Many thanked her for her kind actions in the busy comments section
A young South African woman, Joss Sibeko recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying to share a touching post about how she had helped a healthcare worker who was walking home using crutches.
"Guys, I had my moment today. As I was driving along the main road of the township where I stay, I drove past a lady probably in her 50s who was going the opposite direction, probably from work. Judging by the uniform she wore I assumed she's a healthcare worker. She was using crutches and looked very tired.
"In my rearview mirror, I saw her trying to stop two taxis which didn't stop. I couldn't drive any further. I made a U-turn and asked her if she would let me take her home. Turns out it wasn't even that far, it was about 10 to 12 minutes drive from where I picked her up. I dropped her at her front gate. It felt good to put a smile on someone's face. #Imstaying," she wrote.
Stayers had this to say about the sweet post:
Charmaine Hendriks said:
"Great, may God bless you even more."
Ngonidzashe Chikwape Mudzamiri said:
"Wait and see where she will take you. I am a living testimony of helping the elderly."
In other sweet Briefly.co.za news, kindness and generosity in the world could be the only thing keeping many afloat especially during this difficult time where many are struggling. There have been many recorded moments of kindness and one could probably be headed for the top as many would even considering it as a gift of the year.
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In a video posted on TikTok that went viral on Twitter, Lexy and her husband were seated at the back of the cab as the Somali driver, identified only as Awil, told them a bit about his business and family.
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