Forget all the evils that have made you despise South Africa, forget the hardship, forget Zuma and the junk status, focus on the good deeds and you’ll agree that Mzansi is indeed a rainbow nation.
Not long past, BuzzSouthAfrica reported about a Cape doctor that’s offering free surgeries for breast cancer patients.
After Dr. Lina Roodt noticed the long waiting period for breast cancer patients in the public sector, she founded Project Flamingo to save lives by offering free surgery.
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Now, we have another inspiring story. It has been reported that a domestic worker, Nancy Witbooi has been handed her first-ever home by her employer who she served for 30 years.
From our gatherings, the home well-positioned inside Walmer Township was listed for R110 000 and, the businessman paid the full asking price in cash.
Aside the house being well situated, it has an open-plan living area, kitchen, bathroom, upstairs bedroom and lock-up garage.
Reporting this, News24 related that Ian Olivier, the area principal of Pam Golding Properties in Port Elizabeth described the moment Nancy Witbooi received the keys to the home as the greatest moment of his real estate career.
Another Pam Golding Properties staff identified as Linda de Lange commented thus:
“In all my years of real estate, this is the first time I’ve been mandated to find a property as a gift for another party.
After he (Nancy Witbooi’s employer) sold his home in Sardinia Bay, he became concerned about his domestic worker…who lived in a house on one of his adjacent properties.
He told me he felt a responsibility for her after her many years of loyal service and wanted to buy her a house of her own.
Nancy wanted a place in Walmer Township close to her family and spacious enough for her and her young granddaughter who lives with her.
So I spoke to Leonard Ellis who had a listing there. He took Nancy and her employer to see it, and the rest is history.”
De Lange further expressed that she was pleased to witness the good deed.
“It makes me feel so good to see that there are people out there who really care about their domestic workers and were financially able, are prepared to help them acquire their own homes,” added De Lange.