- A young man named Mlungisi became the toast of the town, as a result of his honesty and kindness
- He came across a young lady's wallet in a shopping centre and went above and beyond to trace her
- Despite it being filled with cash and cards, he returned it to her and the news went viral via social media
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A young lady shared an inspirational story via social media to highlight how a traumatic situation was turned around to increase her faith in humanity.
Margot Vorster visited a shopping centre in Randburg and lost her wallet.
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The loss was extra nerve-racking, as the purse was filled with a large sum of money and all her cards.
To her surprise, a kindhearted stranger, named Mlungisi, found the wallet and went the extra mile to track her down.
She and her father, Chris, were so impressed by Mlungisi's honesty and kindness, that they shared two touching Facebook posts in honour of him.
Chris' Facebook post can be viewed below.
The news was also shared via the #ImStaying group and YEN.com.gh noted the incredible reaction. More than 20 000 people have liked the post and thousands of comments have been shared.
Samenki Mbele said,
"God bless you baba."
Ethel Marsh added,
"Amen young man,we need more like you."
Tina Davies responded,
"Just show you the world still have honest and good people. Bless you."
In another story, Ghana captain, André Dede Ayew, has warmed hearts with an adorable video of his two beautiful daughters in choreographic and syncopated moves to celebrate him on Father’s Day.
On Sunday, June 21, 2020, many across the world marked Father’s Day with stunning and heart-warming images and videos of their biological fathers and other father figures. Many splashed these images along with awe-inspiring messages to acknowledge and honour the efforts and contributions of their fathers in their lives and for raising them.
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