- Zama Ngcobo shared the heartwarming story of how a kind stranger helped her mom out of the blue
- Zama says her mother is a street vendor who sells her good on a KwaZulu-Natal beach
- Recently a kind stranger dropped off a parcel of food for Zama's mother and other street vendors
Kindness seems to be flowing around lately and Zama Ngcobo can attest to that. The young lady's mother is a street vendor who sells at Willard Beach, KZN. According to Zama, a kind stranger arrived at her mom's selling spot with a surprise.
The unknown Samaritan gave Zama's mom and other street vendors food parcels. The parcel included maize meal, oil, rice, canned goods, soya mince, milk and others.
Zama and her hard-working mother could not be more grateful for the lovely and kind-hearted stranger who unexpectedly helped them.
Zama shared the heartwarming post to Facebook's #ImStaying group. Read the post below:
"Hi Stayers... Today I'm staying because my mom, a street vendor at Willard Beach, says a total stranger just came past and gave her and other street vendors food parcels. May God bless that soul #IamStaying."
Stayers were overjoyed by the kindness of the unknown person and liked Zama's post over 7 500 times. The comments section was packed with gratitude. Read some of the responses below:
Zakhele Mahaye said:
"Ayi!! That's is heart touching. The feeling of giving is a peaceful feeling. It also helps boost your immune system."
Sannie Snell wrote:
"So wonderful to hear about this!"
Tlhoki Raps shared:
"What a beautiful country we are blessed with."
Lyn Davis Langfield added:
"That's wonderful... Thank you to the kind person!"
In similar news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on a grateful lady who thanked a good Samaritan for purchasing her son's school uniform. Zan Lantu recently headed to Facebook's #ImStaying to share a heartwarming thank you with the stranger who paid for her son's school clothes which were on layby at a Pep store in her area.
"At 13:38 today I received a phone call from a lady saying she is calling me from Pep in Newton Park. Someone has paid for my son's school clothes which were on layby, I must bring my ID and just come in at Pep stores 4th Avenue to fetch my layby.
"I would like to thank the good Samaritan who paid for my son's school uniform. The excitement I felt when I received the call was tremendous that why #ImStaying. 2021 looks bright for my son, as turns 10yrs next month. Thanks to the lady, may God richly bless you," she wrote gratefully.
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