- Jeanette Mosa Buthelezi has shared an inspirational story about a policeman who saved an elderly person from drowning
- She shared the story in the #ImStaying group on Facebook where it got a lot of love from Mzansi
- The post got over 13 000 likes and over six hundred comments as Facebook users thanks the hero cop
Jeanette Mosa Buthelezi took to Facebook and posted an uplifting story in the #ImStaying group about a police officer who saved an elderly person from drowning.
She captioned a poster of the officer with the following:
"He saved an elderly today from drowning at Phuthaditjhaba Qwaqwa. I'm staying because of people like him"
The post got a lot of love with over 13 000 reactions and over six hundred comments on Facebook.
Social media users took the comments section to shower praise on the hero cop and many of them have said that this has restored their faith in the police, knowing that there are good cops out there.
Zwelakhe Mokganedi Dandashe:
"Hopefully, your commander puts in a good word for you at the commendation office. You really deserve it well done."
Mbushesh Phuthi Masoeu:
"He deserves a promotion, I salute you, my brother."
"There are still good men and women who wear their uniform with pride and serve their country and communities. Well done to you and thank you for your service."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Mr Ramabulana from Thulamela Local Municipality has been hailed as a hero after he was photographed doing something truly extraordinary.
He saw that the road had been severely damaged by the recent rainfall and took matters into his own hands and began fixing the potholes.
The pic was originally spotted in the #ImStaying group by Nkhumbuleni David Nemakonde where it went viral amassing over 15 000 reactions and almost 900 comments.
In other news, a woman has been rewarded for her services in protecting the nation. Mapaseka Maketekete's tireless work in making the lives of South Africans easier has seen her honoured with the police of the year award.
Disemelo Maketekete took to social media to honour her sister Mapaseka. She shared her sibling's achievements on the #ImStaying Facebook group. Mapaseka was given the award for her many contributions to bettering the lives of others. She is an advocate for the deaf and her dream is to see more people learning sign language. She is in involved in community outreach projects and does anti-substance abuse campaigns in schools.
Her proud sister shared photos of the award along with a sweet message:
"Congratulations Sergeant Maketekete, we are proud to have you in our country"
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