Acts Of Kindness Brings A Smile And Joy To A Job Seeker
Job seeking can be very stressful, depressing, and painful, especially in South Africa where there is high unemployment. But for Justice, he got a saving when a good Samaritan decided to wish him luck and blessed him with a food voucher worth R300.
Justice took to Twitter to thank his good Samaritan and even posted a picture of groceries he had bought with the R300. Of cause, he still looking for a job and would to secure one instead of surviving on handouts but for the next few days, he will not be worried about where is his next meal coming from.
Justice leaves alone in Tembisa, armed with matric only he is finding it hard to get a job but is willing to take any job. He is currently planning to do a security course, which thinks if bring him a step closer to securing a job
We thank the good Samaritan and wish Justice luck in his job-seeking efforts. But if you can him a job, you reach out through social media
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