Man says thanks to nurse who helped him through 8 weeks at hospital

- A local man recently took to Facebook to share a heartfelt post about a nurse that helped him a lot

- In the post, the man says that nurse Tebogo stayed by his side during his rough 8-week hospital stay

- Many headed to the comment section to commend the helpful nurse

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A grateful South African man, Re-Marius Hamel recently dedicated a heartfelt thank you post to a nurse called Tebogo who had helped make his rough 8-week hospital stay feel a whole lot better with his amazing service.

"This young man Tebogo was at my side for 8 weeks! A great example of what nurses should be like. I was not allowed visitors and he was tolerant during my deliriums, my absolute horrific trips, my attempts to jump or escape! Didn't know where I was.
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"Thanx my friend, for helping me through the most horrific time of my life. Tebogo!Thanx dr Slade ( what a cool name!) Vermaak. (spinal surgeon) Dr De Klerk ( physician) and the rest of the team of doctors at Groenkloof,"he wrote.

Meanwhile, locals had this to say about the post:

Charmaine Strauss said:

"This is what I call an earth angel...God is his rewarder. He sees even the smallest deed."

Amanda Peacock said:

"There are so many decent, kind humans out there and Tebogo is one of them, if ever I end up in the hospital I would like a Tebogo to care for me"

Mohau Rammile said:

"It's being human that really keeps us together "

Marlene Vogel said:

"Job well done Tebogo. Blessings to you."

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Not long thereafter, she shows BI the humble place behind a supermarket that she and her partner call home. Presumably moved by the pair's living conditions, BI asks the woman whether she would like him to help change her life.

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