- A Facebook user had the hearts of Mzansi in the palm of her hands after sharing an act of kindness from a stranger
- Lorraine Minenhle's sister passed away and she had been making calls informing people of her death while in a Bolt
- As a kind gesture and his way of sharing condolences, the e-hailing driver paid back her money and gave her an extra R30
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Lorraine Minenhle shared the most heartwarming encounter she had recently. Lorraine explained that Tshepo, a driver working for an e-hailing service, paid it forward and touched her life. She went on to state that she had been making calls regarding his sister's death while riding in Tshepo's vehicle.
As she arrived at her destination, she pulled out R50 to pay him. Tshepo took the money and returned R80 to Lorraine as his way of paying respect to her late sister. Lorraine shared the following online:
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"So I requested a ride from Ivory to Tembisa and I'm busy making phone calls about my sister's death. As I reach my destination, I take out R50 to pay the driver, he takes it and brings it back as R80 he said: 'Sisi ke Matsidiso wahao.' Thank you very much Tshepo."
Take a look at the touching post below:
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South Africans flood Lorraine's comment section with condolences and love for Tshepo
Nkele Seema said:
"Condolences my dear. We need more of people like Tshepo and our beautiful country will be a better place to live in. Well done Tshepo. Ubuntu nje."
Charity Pacesetter Raletjena shared:
"My condolences to you and your family. Sending strength and love. Big up to Tshepo, kindness surely does still exist."
Tshepo Tswiti wrote:
"Condolences. Hail the hero. Tshepo, dankie bitso, may the Lord richly bless you, man."
Whitney M Rampya commented:
"Thank you so much Tshepo. Its acts like these that refresh our hearts during these times."
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