- BI Phakathi surprised a family on the way to shops, they were going to spend their R350 SASSA grant
- He ended up buying them a whole trolley-full of groceries and gave them an additional R2 000
- Social media users took to the internet to heap praise on BI Phakathi and the good work he does
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BI Phakathi came across a homeless family and asked them if their kids had eaten. The mom replied that they had and they were on the way to the shops to get some food.
BI, the faceless philanthropist, asked where the shop was and after getting directions he told the family to go home.
He surprised them with a trolley full of groceries and told them that he just wanted to help someone.
BI revealed that he wanted to help the first family that he came across. Fortunately for them, they came across BI. He also gave them a further R2 000.to help them out.
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The video was just short of a million views on Facebook with thousands of comments.
"You're truly a blessing man of God... Swaziland needs more people like you.
I love your good workman of God... following every day from Swaziland."
Grace Muyapekwa Mundia:
"God bless you, sir, this charitable work I want to do but can't afford, but still I get to share the little I have with those around me."
"Just by seeing families being blessed, it makes me feel full filled. May the Lord bless you and keep you. May He also cause me to be a blessing to others."
BI Phakathi goes undercover, pretends to be homeless and offers people money
Earlier, Briefly News reported that BI Phakathi, South Africa's faceless philanthropist went undercover as a homeless person to test people's reactions.
Dressed like a homeless person, he went door to door in a poor area and offered people money. He recorded the operation and uploaded the video to Facebook.
At first, he asked for a glass of water. He then repaid people's kindness with hundreds of rands. However, despite being obviously poor, people refused to take his money.