Thanking the good waitress

Kalkys employee, Namhla Jiya, hands Rassie Erasmus his wallet.

Rassie Erasmus, Kenwyn

My wife, Louna, and I are regular customers of Kalky’s fish-and-chips restaurant at Kalk Bay harbour.

On Tuesday August 14, we were at Kalky’s again for lunch. I somehow managed to lose my wallet with my ID, driver’s licence, credit cards, cash and other personal documents.

We all know the drama involving the cancellation and replacement of these documents.

We got home and searched high and low for the wallet without success.

Later that evening, I received an SMS from George Mandelios, the owner of Kalky’s. He told me that he had my wallet.

The next day, we went to fetch the
wallet at Kalky’s. Everything in the wallet, including cash, was still there!

We then learned that one of the waitresses, Namhla Jiya, picked up the wallet and handed it in.

In this day and age, the honesty and integrity of Ms Jiya are praiseworthy. She is an angel in the true sense of the word.

Although we rewarded her, we wanted to take the opportunity to publicly thank her and the staff at Kalky’s.