ELANDSKRAAL – Good Samaritans continued to positively impact on the lives of needy when the Kotlolo brothers reached out to the disabled Tebogo Rosina in Elandskraal outside Marble Hall recently to ensure her eased mobility through fixing her chair.
For months Tebogo’s wheelchair was broken and she has been needing help with fixing it so that her mobility got restored.
Through the help of the Kotlolo brothers and others who helped her send out her plea to as many people, Tebogo’s dream of having her chair repaired was realized and she can now move around freely.
Her helpers, who assisted her convey her plea to as many people out there, sometimes through social media, said they were touched when Tebogo called a day after her chair had been repaired, filled with joy and great relief.
The Good Samaritans believed nothing beat the joy of making someone feel fulfilled and that after all, we have each other as Africans. They thanked social media users who shared posts on Tebogo’s plea for help, which fell into listening and good ears.
Khutjo Mathole Montjane, who was involved in ensuring Tebogo’s dream came true, said they thanked the Conty Lebepe Foundation for making the Department of Social Development in Limpopo aware of Tebogo’s plight.
Montjane further tanked God for using the Kotlolo family to hear their pleas to help Tebogo and encouraged them to continue helping others in need.