When Gugu Msimanga (29) had triplets, their father walked out on her. But since her story appeared in the publication, she’s had some good fortune.
A Good Samaritan in the form of a businessman from Daveyton, who chooses to remain anonymous, stepped in to help.
Every month Gugu from Zamane section in Duduza receives R1 500 from the anonymous man.
The businessman contacted the People’s Paper and offered to help.
She said with the money she’d been receiving from the mysterious benefactor, she’s bought winter clothes for her babies.
“I’ve always known there were angels on earth, but I never thought I’d have one in my life,” she said.
Gugu wants to focus on her children and to get a job one day.
After her boyfriend left she moved in with her gogo, Nobelungu Khumalo (67).
Gogo’s RDP is very small and they had to push two couches together so she could sleep with her daughters Amahle, Sphesihle and Sibahle.
“I had no choice. My gogo took me in because she couldn’t leave me out on the street,” said Gugu.
Another Good Samaritan offered Gugu a place to stay until she could get back on her feet.
She said her plan was to find work and fend for her children once they grew older.
“I love my children and I won’t abandon them just because their father decided to leave me,” she said.
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