- Sensei Thamsanqa Joseph Nkevu has been hailed as a hero for his selfless actions
- He has been standing guard over students as they make their way to school
- According to Shaunamalanga Gaba, Nkevu took up his vigil without any assistance and has asked for nothing in return
Shaunamalanga Gaba took to the #ImStaying group on Facebook to praise Thamsanqa Joseph Nkevu who is affectionately known as Mchina, Mfundisi or Sensei.
According to Gaba, Nkevu stands guard every day at six am every morning on a bridge that overlooks a road commonly used by learners on the way to school.
Nkevu has taken up this vigil without any assistance or request and does it without asking for any payment.
"Meet Thamsanqa Joseph Nkevu know to many as Mchina / Mfundisi or Sensei. After so many cases of learners and women being Raped and Mugged eThafeni from the bridge that joins Jabavu street and Mqolomba park commonly used by school learners. Every day at 6am raining or not.
He took a decision to single-handed without any assistant volunteered to stand on that bridge and watch out for amaphara. Every day our children, sisters and brothers when they make it to school safe, just know there is a good man over there that is protecting them without any sort of payment from no one!
The list we could do is to share this post to make him feel his work is appreciated!"
Facebook users showered him with praise:
"It’s amazing how you automatically know this is a good person . His face reflects it immediately ! Bless you Tham!"
"I am tearing up as I read this. This post truly touched me. We need people like this one in our lives. He is a blessed soul. God says in his word those who are doing good will be blessed. Every good and perfect gift comes from above. This boy is a good gift for all of us. Thank my boy, I am proud of you. You made me cry."
Thuli Ndlovu Kunene:
"♥️our very own real life Angel, good Samaritan, Super Hero... Qhawe lethu... God bless you with a loooong, joyful and prosperous life bhuti♥️ Thamsanqa Joseph Nkevu ... we appreciate you singakeazi bhuti... ♥️"
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi actress Pearl Thusi recently landed herself a new role in an international Netflix production called Wu Assassins. The actress has now revealed that she's been doing extensive martial arts training to get ready to play her character.
Pearl took to social media and shared a video of herself serving dropkicks and punches. She captioned the footage:
"Form needs so much work. So much to learn. Thank you @sathian_somkhao."
Judging by the minute-long video of Pearl training with the martial artist, it looks like her new role is going to be filled with action. Perhaps she might be serving that Queen Sono energy once again.
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