- A man who goes by 'Surprise' reportedly takes it upon himself to sweep the streets in an area around Bloemfontein, Phahameng
- A tweet was shared about the good work Surprise does all by himself without receiving any compensation
- South Africans took to the Twitter replies section to commend Surprise for going out of his way to be selfless
An inspiring post shared by @AdvoBarryRoux on Twitter claims that a man named Surprise has been cleaning a messy street in Bloemfontein. The tweet stated that the area Surprise sweeps gets filled with piles of garbage.
Surprise apparently works from the morning until the afternoon, by himself. @AdvoBarryRoux added that the selfless man is not hired by anyone. It seems as though he just likes to keep his area clean. Read part of the post below:
"This guy named Surprise decided to start cleaning the messy street of Phahameng Bloemfontein and sweeping up piles of garbage from morning until almost noon all by himself and not hired by anyone."
View the tweet below:
Below are just a few of the sweet responses to Surprise and his beautiful act of pride and initiative:
"This initiative must widespread the entire country, guys our country is dirty. It's like there are no municipalities, something need to be done. I applaud this man."
@Prince_Guap057 responded with:
"Advovo if only it was possible to shift our tax money to people like this one, perhaps things would've been different for our people."
"Let's raise his wages for the week, I will start... R50???"
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a group of selfless women who remove plastic from different beaches. Jansie Smith shared a post on Facebook's #ImStaying group about the group of ladies.
Jansie says the ladies work on their knees the entire day, going from one beach to another. The ladies are trying to clean up raw plastic that has made its way into SA's oceans. Jansie thanked them for saving the planet.
The post gained over 4 500 likes on Facebook and Stayers took the opportunity to thank the ladies and commend them for their selfless acts. Read Jansie's full post below:
"These ladies work on their knees, the whole day, from one beach to another, cleaning up raw plastic that somehow made it’s way to our oceans. Thank you for #savingourplanet and our #sealife."
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