Top SA Designer Remembers Gaining New Family When She Was Homeless

Top SA Designer Remembers Gaining New Family When She Was Homeless

- A local designer recently headed online to remember a bittersweet time when she was homeless

- According to the post, her colleague's family had not hesitated to help out and offered her a place to live when she was in a bad situation

- South Africans are moved by the fact that there are still so many good people left in the world and expressed this in the comment section

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With all the bad things that happen in life, it's so easy to forget that there are amazing people with good hearts living all around us. A young lady recently helped many people realise this after she shared a heartwarming post about receiving help at a time in her life when she needed it the most.

Top SA Designer Remembers Gaining New Family When She Was Homeless
This designer recently remembered a very hard time in her life. Images: @AfriTumic
Source: Twitter
"I stayed le my colleague’s family for years, they built a room at the back for me for privacy. They became family and I’ll forever be grateful for all they did. I remember they told me not to pay rent or buy food, Mara Ka gore Ke godisitswe sentle, I bought groceries," she wrote.

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South Africans were truly moved by the sweet post and even reacted to it over 1k times. Many of them also headed to the comment section to marvel over the fact that some people are so kind. Read a few of their comments below:

@Nkapo2 said:

"You should do the same for someone in need as well. That's what we call humanity and generosity."

@SemunzaNewton said:

"These days such relationships are scarce."

@NdabaGoodman said:

"That's a family for you, never forget them, they are very rare to find."

In more heartwarming Briefly News, a South African teacher has opted to feed his learners, saying he cannot bear to deliver a lesson to hungry kids. Thoro Samuel Shili decided to share pictures on his Facebook page of himself in front of his class and holding boxes of cereal.

According to the kind teacher's bio, Shili studied at the Tshwane University of Technology and says he is feeling blessed as he cannot teach kids on an empty stomach. He wrote on his social media page.

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"I Cannot Allow My Learners To Learn On An Empty Stomach.”

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