Good Samaritan feeds homeless with food and cash in video; stirs powerful reactions

Good Samaritan feeds homeless with food and cash in video; stirs powerful reactions

- Well-known philanthropist Bi Phakathi made a positive impact on the streets of Mzansi once again

- In his most recent video, Phakathi encountered numerous homeless strangers and blessed them with food and cash

- The video has gone viral and attracted positive comments from around the world

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South Africans are coming to love popular Good Samaritan Bi Phakathi for his many examples of benevolence.

YEN.com.gh previously reported that Bi Phakathi came across two homeless men and blessed them abundantly.

Upon hearing that they had little food to eat, Phakathi treated them with lunch and bought groceries.

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On Thursday, Phakathi shared another touching video via his Facebook page and YEN.com.gh noted that it's been viewed nearly 500 000 times.

The philanthropist revealed how he came across numerous homeless men at different locations, but blessed them all.

Towards the end of the video, Phakathi encounters a 72-year-old man and gives him some cash.

Eventually, the bank notes amounted to R1 000 and the madala was eternally grateful.

YEN.com.gh gathered that Phakathi's popularity has soared globally, based on the positive reaction via social media.

Kim Aurora Norval said,

"I love watching your videos and your compassion and kindness. You are an angel."

Lou Beralde Wahi responded,

"Watching from Philippines..you have a heart of gold...you have touched many lives...May Allah the Creator bless you even more."

Julian Rhoden added,

"Watching from Jamaica... blessing to you ..so touching at times, blessings BI."

Lira T Goje said,

"My whole life I've never seen such a a man with so much kindness ...May God extend ur pocket and may u live longer."

In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported that One female cop was photographed giving food to a 'hungry' man and the image was shared on the #ImStaying Facebook group by social media user Noma Loliwe.

The lady did not reveal where or when the photo was taken, nor did she disclose the identity of the kind police officer.

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