- South African do-gooder, BI Phakathi has shared another heartwarming clip in which he helps change another South African's life
- In the clip, BI speaks to a homeless recovered drug addict who is looking to be reunited with his family
- Not long into the clip, BI buys the man food while they discuss how the man should be making his way home to his family who is expecting him
BI Phakati is a phenomenal human who is changing the way many people view themselves in terms of how they can do even the smallest things to make someone's life easier, better, or even just happier because this is something he does often.
Heading to Facebook, Mr Phakathi shared another clip of himself helping a homeless man, called Peter Smith reunite with his family who he hasn't seen in years because of a drug habit that he has since managed to kick to the curb.
In the clip, BI speaks to Mr Smith who wants nothing else but to be reunited with his daughter who is had not seen since his drug addiction began. After buying Mr Smith some food, BI then hands him some cash so that he can travel back home to where his daughter and his family will be expecting him - thanks to BI.
Not only that, but BI also promised to give the man an R5000 should he make it home successfully, something that many locals in the comment section offered to help with should Mr Smith stay true to his promise about going back to his family
Read a few comments made about the heartwarming clip below:
Haniff Hoosen said:
"If he makes it home, I’ll join you in your plan and also contribute.Great work Bi phkathi"
Graeme Jansen said:
"Wow awesome compassion may it stir many hearts to do the same but at the same time reveal the Heavenly Father"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that South African hero BI Phakathi is still changing lives. In a recent video shared to Facebook, Phakathi purchased all the stock being sold by a local street vendor and then gave it back to her.
Mam Dlamini was walking around with her goods when Phakathi approached her. Mam Dlamini had peanuts, bananas and pears packed neatly into a plastic bowl which was placed on top of her head. Phakathi started by purchasing the peanuts but then asked Mam Dlamini how much all of her stock is going for.
She revealed to Phakathi that she makes between R300 and R400 a day by selling her goods. After asking Mam Dlamini to count her goods, Phakathi handed over R1 000 and told her to keep her stock.
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