- Butho Vuthela Highly Favoured on Facebook shared a wonderful story of a community coming together to help a family
- According to Butho, the community, with the help of some Facebook users, was able to build a home for a local lady and her children
- Butho shared the heartwarming and inspiring post to the #ImStaying group and Stayers sent in love and support
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South Africa is known for its close-knit communities that would do anything for each other. A post by Butho Vuthela Highly Favoured on Facebook proved just that and showed the amazing spirit of Ubuntu we have in our rainbow nation.
According to Butho, a community with the help and support of Facebook friends and family was able to build a home for a struggling member of the community. They managed to build a sturdy and beautiful home for the lady and her children.
Butho said it would be the first time the lady and her children would be living in a "decent" home. This definitely shows how Saffas come together for a good cause.
Butho shared this amazing story to the #ImStaying group on Facebook. His full post read:
"#ImStaying because through it all we have managed to build a home for this family #through the support of Facebook family and friends, now this struggling woman will get to enjoy a decent #home with her children for the first time ever in their lives.
"Thanks once again. Loving others even if you don't know them it's the sign of humanity."
YEN.com.gh compiled a few of the responses left under the post.
Nokuthula Thuh Zindela wrote:
"Wow, God bless you man of God, this is great work."
Ann McKee said:
"Great work. May you all stay safe and well. God bless."
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Sir-Nkwali Mbandazayo commented:
"Well done Lusu for the initiative. May God bless you abundantly."
Lynn Moloi added:
"This is so beautiful."
In similar news, it was previously reported on BI Phakathi building a house for a struggling granny. The faceless hero often blesses South Africans, no matter their age, race or backgrounds. Now, his kindness reached to Swaziland.
BI revealed he and his team helped a grandmother who lived in a mud house. More than 84 000 people reacted to the post and they applauded BI Phakathi's kindness in the comment section. He wrote on Facebook:
"Thank you to my team in Swaziland who partnered with us in building an old lady a house, this is the outcome, all glory be to the most High."
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