Domestic Worker Gets Spoiled With Winter Goodies by Kind Employer in Heartwarming Video, Mzansi Emotional

Domestic Worker Gets Spoiled With Winter Goodies by Kind Employer in Heartwarming Video, Mzansi Emotional

  • A video of a domestic helper being surprised by her employer, Kiki, has been doing the rounds online
  • The clip shows the woman, Thembi, being handed a large bag and shoebox which she unboxed to find several warm clothing items
  • Her reaction was priceless as she jumped for joy and tried on the items before she broke into tears of gratitude

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The winter chills are here and everyone is grabbing their warmer clothes and coats to keep warm.

Thembi Ubisi got spoiled with winter goodies
Thembi Ubisi received a thoughtful package from Kiki to help keep her warm this winter. Image: kiki_la_coco/TikTok
Source: TikTok

Mzansi's favourite helper, Thembi Ubisi, was not left in the cold thanks to her friend and employer, Kiki, who treated her to some much-needed warm-wear goodies after complaining about being cold.

A video posted on TikTok by Kiki shows Thembi explaining that she's been feeling cold before Grobbie, another household employee, walks in with a shopper bag and shoebox.

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Thembi could be seen beaming with joy as she opened the packages to find a warm pair of boots, slippers, a gown and a jacket.

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The domestic worker wasted no time as she tried on the items and squealed with joy before she broke into tears as she thanked Kiki for the thoughtful gesture.

Netizens respond with heartfelt messages for Kiki and her domestic helper, Thembi

From trying to evade debt collectors to sharing good laughs with Malcolm, videos of Thembi and her special moments with her employers are not only feel-good entertainment, but genuine a fave among many netizens. The happy family and their unshakeable bond are an inspiration to many South Africans.

Check out some of the sweet comments below:

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Lara OBrien989 commented:

"I'm doing this tomorrow."

Marilynn replied:

"Thembi and Grobbie are so appreciative."

Yaya2022 wrote:

"I like the language in this house."

Grace_Lee responded:

"I just want a visit with this family, the love is just too much."

Fancy deco and designs reacted:


sinnahtshomo wrote:

"You are a good person, God bless you. We wish all your can do that for us just to appreciate us, that's all."

luzanneesbach532 replied:

"You are the best boss ever, we need more people like you."

Nokuthula Mabaso wrote:

"Oh Kiki you are the sweetest. I love Thembi's reactions."

Mrs_Jordaan✨ said:

"When Grobbie says 'Ons is by die huis', I felt that!!!"

Mzansi TikTok star and domestic worker Thembi rejoices as Malcolm returns her car from the panel beaters

In another story, Briefly News reported that a couple of weeks back Thembi got caught out by her employer Malcolm Wentzel for bashing the car that he bought her. Being the amazing man that he is, Malcolm got the car fixed and old Thembi couldn’t be more grateful.

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There are not many domestic workers who get given a car by their employer, let alone have them fix it when they crash it. Thembi is truly blessed.

Malcolm’s wife KiKi recorded the moment when Thembi’s car came back from the panel beaters and it is priceless. Sis hugged her baby and promised Malcolm that she wouldn’t bump it again, lol.

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Source: Briefly News

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