- A local lady recently headed online to share a sweet post about how she let her retrenched neighbour use her wifi to find a new job
- The same neighbour has now invited her for dinner to celebrate the fact that she has finally found employment
- Mzansi loved to see such kindness between neighbours and reacted to the heartwarming post over 13k times
Sometimes one kind gesture like allowing someone to use your wifi can go an extremely long way. A proud woman recently headed online to celebrate how her kind action helped her neighbour find new employment.
According to a post made by a South African lady with the Twitter handle @TheBlackFlorist, Mahlatse Mashao, she had helped her neighbour by letting her connect to her Wifi so that she could find a new job after getting retrenched.
"My neighbour got retrenched last year. Ever since I found out, she's been using my WiFi. Today she called me to come for dinner. Babes got a job. This makes me happy."
South Africans really warmed up after seeing the post and reacted to it over 13.9k times. Many of them headed to the comment section to share just how much they appreciated seeing such goodness in Mzansi.
Read a few of their comments below:
"My neighbour was also retrenched a few months ago. I offered to apply for jobs on her behalf, she then gave me her CV and I make sure I put in the same energy I use when I apply for myself. I sleep very late every night applying for her. I believe she will get a job soon."
"Mina I say you live up to your name. And big ups, never give up helping whenever you can please. It's uncapped unlimited data, so what."
In similar heartwarming Briefly News reports, various blessings are unlocked by a grateful heart. A young man with the Twitter handle, @ruru_bopape recently headed to the app with a very grateful heart after a young woman, @MetjahTebogo helped him find and secure a job.
"I received a call saying I got the job. Thanks to @MetjahTebogo. Please good people help me with transportation money, I'm starting tomorrow," he wrote, very humbled in the post.
MetjahTebogo was obviously very grateful too that she was able to help make such a positive difference in someone's life and soon she also headed to the bird app to express how much it all meant to her.
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