- Last week, a photo was posted online showing a little girl dressed in a school uniform that was way too big for her
- The image touched the heart of a kind man, who was identified as Gavin Khalima Khungwayo
- Khungwayo tracked the little girl down and travelled far to buy her a new uniform
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On Tuesday, Gauteng Survivors opened up about the kindness of a man who they identified as Gavin Khalima Khungwayo.
Last week, social media was flooded with posts about kids who were going back to school. One little girl, in particular, stood out for Khungwayo.
The unidentified pupil was dressed in a uniform that was too big for her and according to Gauteng Survivors, the little girl was teased because of it.
Khungwayo tracked down the learner and travelled to her home town to buy her a new uniform.
Take a look at Gauteng Survivors' post below:
South Africans were inspired by the man's kind gesture and they applauded him online.
Twitter user, @zandilemasondo, wrote:
"We need more people like Gavin Khalima Khungwayo. May God abundantly bless him."
Sophy Shikwambani, who goes by the Twitter handle @Sophy82093806, added:
"God bless you and bless the little girl and other one like her."
In other news about love and kindness, Sophie Smith, age 33, who has had to go through seven different miscarriages is about to become a mum with the help of her friend, Emiliana Hall.
Mirror reports that she and her 36-year-old husband, Jack, had already lost hope of having children after they had spent years and £50,000.
Her last two miscarriages resulted in ectopic pregnancies which sadly got her fallopian tubes removed, putting paid to her being able to have children.
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