- Amanda Gxabu said it was typical for her employer to take care of her employees
- Choosing to support them with food supplies in times of COVID-19 pandemic was perceived as extremely thoughtful
- Netizens were quick to applaud Davidson for her generosity; some of them even advised other employers to emulate her
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In an economy where many people are wage or salaried workers, a package of temporary, modest or generous, cash relief to poor citizens makes sense.
Dozens of independent UN human rights experts stressed on Thursday, March 26, that everyone, without exception, has the right to life-saving interventions in battling the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Well, one South African employer identified as Jackie Davidson has taken the advice with the seriousness it deserves and decided to cushion her employees from the tough economic times in the best way she could.
Taking to Facebook to express her gratitude, Amanda Gxabu said it was typical for Davidson to take care of her employees.
But choosing to extend her support in times of COVID-19 pandemic with food supplies was perceived as extremely thoughtful of her.
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"My boss always looks after her employees, she always makes sure they are all looked after. Today she decided to buy each and every one food parcels.
Her name is Jackie Davidson... we are so grateful," wrote Amanda.
Netizens were quick to applaud Davidson for her generosity with some noting that other companies should emulate her.
"She has done more than most big corporate companies have done for their employees. Well done Jackie and bless you. Thank you," wrote Imi Maqoqa.
"May God continue to bless your boss and enlarge her territory! Extremely proud of her loving kindness, care and devotion," said Desmona Mo Adams .
Back at home, Pankj Shah continues to help families in the informal settlements to cope with the coronavirus pandemic by distributing food hampers to them.
Working together with Missionaries of Charity Mother Teresa Home, Shah took the initiative to organise the food hampers, which will also consist of washing detergents.
Each hamper will have 10kgs flour, 2kgs Atta, 5kgs beans, half kilo salt, milk, tea leaves, cooking oil, sugar, all-purpose soap and fresh bread.
The food will be distributed through the three main centres of Mother Teresa Homes in Kariobangi, House of Mercy in Huruma and Pangai and Otiende Estate in Kibra.
In other news, the past few days have witnessed a near shift of conversations about the coronavirus after Assin Central MP Kennedy Agyapong recently accused Bishop Obinim of engaging in extra-marital affairs.
In a bid to prove his claim, the MP released a video of Obinim with a young lady in his bedroom on live TV. Kennedy Agyapong dropped another video showing Obinim having fun with another young lady inside his bedroom. The Assin Central MP accused Bishop Daniel Obinim of sleeping around with other swomen including the sister of his own wife in attempt to disgrace the man of God.
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