Wits Student Shows Free Groceries From University in TikTok Video, Brands of Necessities Package Intrigue SA

Wits Student Shows Free Groceries From University in TikTok Video, Brands of Necessities Package Intrigue SA

  • A University of Witwatersrand (Wits) student showed people what she gets for free as groceries from her school, and there were some handy items
  • The lady, Nokwazi, made a video unpacking her delivery full of food to last her a month and went viral for showing gratitude
  • Online users thought it was interesting to watch, and Nokwazi spoke to Briefly News about her experience with the food initiative by Wits

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A student from Wits University got thousands of views for sharing the food the the university provides for free. Many people thought it was interesting to see what those in need get.

Wits student gets free groceries
A Wits University student posted a video showing people the groceries she got from the institution for free, many loved how she appreciated it. Image: @nokwaziie4321
Source: TikTok

The video of the woman received more than 22 000 likes. There were also hundreds of comments from people.

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Wits University's free food initiative impresses student

A video shared by @nokwaziie4321 shows the creator unpacking the free food from Wits University.

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Speaking to Briefly News, Nokwazi said that anyone qualifies to get the free necessities.

In the video, she received basics such as maize meal, canned beans, salt, noodles and more.

Online users fascinated by TikTok video of free Wits grocery haul

The video of the food received hundreds of comments. Many people complimented the woman for being grateful for what she got. Nokwazi told Briefly News that she thought the maize meal was the most useful since it is so versatile. She said:

"This initiative is to help those who do not have funding to be able to have something to eat and if you do have funding you can take the food just to meet you halfway in your grocery shopping because in this economy the allowances we get from NSFAS and other fundings may not be enough."

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Here is what people had to say:

User5942578454395 said:

"People complaining about brands yet this is such a beautiful initiative, and very good essentials, beautiful."

Thandie commented:

"Tjo my insecurities wouldn't allow me to eat those brands."

Laetitia wrote:

"I love you for the way you can appreciate, I'd be so happy if I received free items, too even if it's no name brand."

Ontle.x.jameela added:

"Girl don’t mind the negative comments about the brands, as long as you got your grocery babes."

Kgadi gushed:

"Nana I love the fact that you appreciate that groceries. Don't mind the comments. The thing is, no one is going to open ur stomach to check what you ate."

Boityy_19 exclaimed:

"Bathong! It's my first time seeing these brands ever since ke phela."

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Briefly News previously reported that a Free State hun was spoiled by her mother when she was taken to do grocery shopping at Woolies.

The gorgeous young woman spent R2 000 buying necessities and food, filling her trolley and heart with joy and gratitude for her mother's love.

@keituu21 believes that grocery shopping is her mother's language, as she indicates in the caption. Her video crossed the half-a-million mark, garnering thousands of likes.

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Source: Briefly News

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