- A video showing an elderly woman dancing and singing after receiving a donation of water tank wheelbarrows has Mzansi thanking the donor
- Collen Mashawana is a well-known businessman in SA who is known for his acts of kindness in assisting those who need it the most
- The recent clip of the gogo's excitement over water has also caused concern for locals who were saddened by the fact that she was excited over a human necessity
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South African businessman, entrepreneur, philanthropist Collen Mashawana brought smiles and happy dances to an elderly lady in Limpopo. A video of the gogo, originally shared by Mashawana, has gone viral on Twitter.
The 45-second clip shows the elderly lady singing and dancing. According to Mashawana, this is due to his donation of water. A post by @stoneman_o stated that Mashawana selflessly donated water tank wheelbarrows to the granny's community.
The sudden realisation that a need as essential as water is not as easily accessible in this community as it is for many, has saddened a lot of locals.
Take a look at the original video shared by Mashawana below:
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Read some of the comments left by Saffas below:
"God richly bless you my brother - This is humanity at its best. Ndaa!"
"She didn't ask too much, just water and it brought this kind of happiness in her life. Imagine if our government can give all these elderly people water, they will live longer."
@BulwanaPaul responded with:
"God bless you abundantly. Doing a great job as always. Seeing gogo dance for her gift is so fulfilling."
Below is the reshared post:
Read some of the comments below:
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"The struggle is real, having a drop is the struggle in most of the rural areas in Limpopo. Water is a luxury in rural areas."
"I'm sure they voted for ANC."
"Get the community ward number ro bona who they voted for."
Entrepreneur restores dignity of man who had been living in shack without windows and doors
In other news about Mashawana, Briefly News reported that restricted to a house without windows or doors, Mkhulu Thabethe stood alongside Minister for Social Development Lindiwe Zulu, the Chairperson of the ANC in Tshwane Region Kgosi Maepa and Mashawana; where he cut the ribbon to his new home and his new life.
Mashawana used his social media platform to share the frequent hardships that plagued the life of Thabethe. Attached to a heartwarming before and after snap of Thabethe's new home is a caption that tugged on the emotions of the nation. Mashwana shared:
“Mkhulu Thabethe had been staying in a dilapidated shack with no windows and doors for over 30 years. Mkhulu’s shack had no electricity, water and most importantly he did not have a toilet and therefore used the neighbouring tavern's toilet. Today we gifted him with a new home."