Siblings caught on video helping kids across stream so they won't miss school

Siblings caught on video helping kids across stream so they won't miss school

- A heart-warming video has been posted on the #ImStaying Movement's Facebook page

- The clip shows three siblings carrying school kids across a stream

- The brother and sisters helped the pupils get to school safe and dry

It's a sad reality in South Africa that not all communities have the infrastructure to keep the citizens, especially children, safe.

Two sisters and a brother were filmed carrying kids across a stream so that they could go to school. Without bridges in these areas, kids get wet and could be swept away during the rainy seasons.

However, Marina Nondumiso and her siblings decided to make sure a group of pupils got to school safely and dry.

Her post read: "Me, my sister and brother helping kids to across so that they go to school. Their future lays in our hands. #IamStaying in SA."

Siblings caught on video helping kids cross water, inspire SA
Screenshots of Nondumiso's Facebook video.
Source: UGC

South Africans applauded the siblings and thanked them for their kindness.

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Margi Hopking commented:

"Wow, amazing people. God bless you."

Kelly Van Der Merwe said:

"You guys are amazing. Thank you for caring."

Monni Mpyatona added:

"This video makes me emotional."

If you want to watch Nondumiso's video, click on the link here.

Meanwhile, earlier reported that during the border war between Ethiopia and Eritrea 20 years ago, many lost their homes.

Megebe Temesgen had to leave her home and friends behind because she was Eritrean in Ethiopia.

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Her neighbour, Shasitu Nigusse, had to help her look after the home and everything she had in it. During Megebe's absence, Shasitu rented out the apartment and kept the money for her for two decades.

Whenever local administration officers came around to make inquiries about the house, she always stood in for her. Megede was only able to return to her home in Ethiopia 20 years after peace had been restored and the borders were reopened.

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