- A young woman recently headed online to ask internet users to help her pay for her hospital bills
- In her post, she shares that she has Cystic Fibrosis and has been fighting it for the last few years
- Very soon many locals were in the comment section asking her for her banking details so that they could send some money towards her cause
South African social media users recently proved that when many people stand together, a change can be made in the lives of those who need it the most. They proved this after a young woman headed online to ask for help.
In her post the young lady with the Twitter handle, @NkhosiLa explained that she had been suffering from Cystic Fibrosis and needs a number of treatments which she, unfortunately, could not afford. She then asks anyone who could to please help her fund the surgery and medical treatment she needs.
"Update: My lungs are at the end stage. My pancreas blocked. I'm not OK emotionally but I'll learn to accept it, please help me raise some funds to do this very important test to check the type of lung infections I have that's affecting all my organs. Please."
Very soon many kind-hearted locals headed to the comment section to offer the young mother some help. Read a few of their comments below:
"Hi there NkhosiLa, I will like to pray for you and pray with you. Touch your chest right now and say this. You infection I command you out of my body, out of my lungs in Jesus Christ's name. Jesus Christ is my healer, I'm healed. Thank you Jesus Christ for healing me. Amen."
"I'm struggling with making the payment over the Capitec App coz she's located in Swaziland. Can somebody help me."
"Hi dear. Please contact Lancet tomorrow and get the figure, will definitely contribute. Sending you lots of love."
In similar touching Briefly.co.za news, a lot of support has poured in for two children who have been selling iced drinks on a busy street in order to save enough money to be able to buy Christmas clothes for themselves.
The boys first came to the attention of locals after the pictures were shared on Facebook by Kaelo Precious Lebona, who captioned the post:
"I met these two this afternoon, they always walk from Hanipark ext. 15 to Town (Welkom) to sell ice guavas whenever they are not writing any tests, they're both in Grade 6 and they stay with their grans."
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