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WC Lead SA Hero for April: Spreading special brand of kindness

Written by: Sithandwa Ngwetsheni

Vuyo Hoboshe works at Red Cross Children's Hospital and is a master Barrista and much more. He greets all of the staff with a smile, knows all the doctors by name and remembers all their favourite brews.

He also brightens up the little tea room with plants and inspirational messages, and brings in healthy snacks and juices.At the end of everyday he takes all his left-overs wares in a lovely little basket, and goes to the ICU and gives the healthy sandwiches to the parents sitting scared, lonely and hungry in the waiting room- spreading his special brand of kindness and care.

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