- Mandisa Maphumulo shared an inspirational story about how community watch members helped her in an hour of need
- She had damaged her car after hitting a pothole and had to stop at an Engen garage
- The community watch members helped her changer her tire and made her feel safe throughout the entire process
Mandisa Maphumulo took to Facebook and shared her inspirational story in the #ImStaying group. She revealed that she had hit a pothole and damaged her wheel. She pulled into an Engen garage.
At the same time, a group of community police watch members pulled in as well. They helped her change her tire.
They ran into a problem, none of them had a no. 10 spanner, they contacted their other members and within minutes they had three spanners.
They changed her wheel and soon she was on her way, she felt safe the whole time and took to Facebook to thank them.
"Tonight I hit a pothole that burst my car tyre and cracked the mag around Centurion."
"I was alone in a dark Rd until I pulled in to an Engen garage..."
"As I was pulling in so was a group of community police watch. These guys just helped me nje..They tried to get the spare wheel underneath the car. "
"Which I know it's a nightmare... One was busy on the walkie talkie asking for more members to come and bring no10 spanner."
"Three gentlemen pulled in with 3 spanners...I was well-taken care of and I felt so safe being among these guys..I started smiling and taking pictures with them. Thank you to the Wierda Park Police Forum..For making sure I was back on the rd safe..#I'm staying..."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Zee WA GA Tee (MamaMbali) took to the Facebook group #ImStaying to share her inspirational story about how she helped a man get a job with R2.
She revealed that a man came into her shop asking for R1 to make copies, she gave him R2, he thanked her profusely.
A few days later he came into the shop and asked if she remembered him, he reminded her that she had leant him R2.
In other news, a South African man with a grateful heart, Pumba Nuz Khavhagali, recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying group to share a truly touching post about a kind-hearted old lady who showed him real kindness.
In his post, Pumba explains how he went knocking at the lady's door to ask for some water. After hearing that he did not have any lunch for the day, the kind gogo then offered a taken-aback Pumba an R20 to buy himself some lunch.
"I never had a lunch box today and I went to ask for water in her house, she asked what am having for lunch and I told her I've got nothing and she gave me R20 for lunch and my day was bright. Thanks to this beautiful soul#Imstaying," wrote Pumba.
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