- Sharon Khosa has proven that selfless good Samaritans are still roaming the streets of South Africa
- According to Sharon's #ImStaying post, she gave a pair of the jeans she sells to a young homeless man she saw
- Stayers thanked Sharon for her random act of kindness in the comments section under her post
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South Africa is a country full of sweet souls and selfless people. Sharon Khosa proved just this after she helped someone on the street. According to Sharon, she pulled up at a robot behind quite a few cars.
She looked over to her right and saw a thin young man. She said he had a badly torn shirt around his waist, trying to cover his important parts. Her immediate thought was to find a pair of jeans from her backseat.
Sharon says she sells jeans. She managed to pull out a size 30, the smallest size she had. She then passed it on to the young man. Sharon said he was in disbelief at her random act of kindness and could hardly utter a word.
Sharon ended her post by saying:
"I don't know what put him to the streets but I pray that he finds his way home. #imstaying because I care and will not hesitate to offer a helping hand whenever possible."
Sharon's post received a ton of love and positivity from Stayers on the #ImStaying group.
Penelope Sugarbabe Dunn said:
"Blessings, it will multiply and your business will grow."
Mamvulane Ncilashe wrote:
"May you be richly blessed. May that young man find the help he needs in life, and find the break he needs."
Jackie Scott Thomas commented:
"Amazing, Well done. Stunning jeans too!! May God bless you."
Medicane Phake added:
"That's wonderful and considerate."
In other news about good Samaritans, YEN.com.gh recently reported on a community that built a house for a struggling family. 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.
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