Cape Town petrol attendant Nkosikho Mbele has been nominated to represent South Africa at the Shell Global Service Excellence Awards after news of him helping a customer who needed money for fuel went viral. He is expected to travel to Zanzibar next month to be celebrated at the company's Regional Service Excellence Awards in Zanzibar. Shell also pledged to donate R500 000 (U.S.$34,435) to a charity of Mbele's choice.
Shell Has Exciting Plans for Nkosikho Mbele - the Petrol Attendant Who Went the Extra Mile
News24Wire, 4 June 2019
Cape Town petrol attendant Nkosikho Mbele went the extra mile when he helped a customer who forgot her bank card at home. He should prepare to travel many more miles, as Shell has… Read more »
Safety a Top Priority As Funds Hit R430 000 for Petrol Attendant
News24Wire, 3 June 2019
Cape Town petrol attendant Nkosikho Mbele, who inspired South Africans when he helped a customer who forgot her bank card at home, will have full control of money raised for him,… Read more »
Thousands raised for petrol attendant hero.
Thousands Raised for Petrol Attendant Hero
News24Wire, 1 June 2019
His R100 is well on its way to becoming R100 000 as a crowdfunding campaign for petrol attendant Nkosikho Mbele, who lent a customer money after she had forgotten her bank card,… Read more »
Almost R300 000 Raised for Kind Petrol Attendant, and Counting
News24Wire, 2 June 2019
A simple act of lending R100 to a customer in need has multiplied beyond petrol attendant Nkosikho Mbele's wildest dreams, as the customer's crowdfunding campaign has seen her… Read more »
Petrol Attendant Lauded for Lending Woman Money for Fuel
News24Wire, 31 May 2019
A petrol attendant has received wide praise after he lent a woman, who couldn't find her bank card, R100 for petrol. Read more »
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