- BI Phakathi has once again made a big difference in someone's life after he gave her R10k
- BI performed the amazing act of kindness after the woman who is fighting cystic fibrosis, said that she would like to visit Cape Town
- Many South Africans were truly floored by the extremely generous gesture and shared many thoughts about it online
BI Phakathi has yet again proved himself a true angel on earth after doing yet another big thing to change someone's outlook on life. This time BI blessed an ailing young woman, @NkhosiLa with R10 000.
It all started when the young woman who is suffering from cystic fibrosis and has already undergone a number of treatments, tweeted that she really wanted to go on a vacation to get away from her norm a little bit.
"Still, no one taking me for a vacation, I need a gateway from these walls," she wrote.
BI then asked her where she would like to go and after she answered Cape Town, the R10k payment was made:
"Hi @NkhosiLa your wish for a trip to Cape Town has been paid, wait for the transfer to reflect, how you spend is up to you, as long as your health and happiness is a priority, you are amazing, God bless you," wrote BI.
Mzansi had this to say:
"You taught me that is not all about millions to assist but the rands can still do a lot better. Thanks once again."
"Mxxxxm... This man is really something else Man... When people flex online it's annoying but with you, it really feels like it's coming from the heart.. and many more like me aspire to be like you.. imagine, you inspire people to give."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, mother knows best, Njabulo Mtolo took to Facebook to honour his mother who took a whole year to raise the R2 500 needed for his registration at university. While he was completing matric, she raised the money needed for his studies despite not having an income.
"Help me to appreciate this woman it took her the whole year to raise R2500 for my registration at the university while I was doing my matric NB//she had no source of income because she was unemployed, but her love and support was priceless."
Many Facebook users praised the mother for her amazing gesture in the busy comment section of the post.
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