BI Phakathi is a South African motivational speaker, filmmaker, and life coach, best known for his viral video on social media in which he helps the underprivileged and homeless people with food and money. BI, without revealing his faces, records the videos and upload on his Facebook page and Youtube channel which gets hundreds of thousands of views.
Capitec, Phakathi and K.O have partnered to help change the lives of South Africans going through tough times. Through the campaign, South Africa’s largest digital bank has played an instrumental role in upliftment by making donations and delivering food parcels across the country.
surprised them with a trolley full of groceries and told them that he just wanted to help someone. BI revealed that he wanted to help the first family that he came across. Fortunately for them, they came across BI. He also gave them a further R2 000 to help them out.
Mzansi social media were definitely touched by the moving pictures and shared their heartfelt reactions in the comments section.
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