Sithembiso Ndashe and his two siblings were blessed to have two loving parents in the home when they were growing up. And like any other family, they had their ups and downs, but their childhood was good. The 36-year-old businessman who owns a food company, Ndash Food Pop Up, that specializes in traditional African food recently posted a cute video on Twitter that went viral. The star of the video is his 67-year-old mother, Winnie Ndashe, who’s reaction after receiving a notification that her son sent her some money won all our hearts. In the video, Sithembiso is driving with his mom and notices that she seems a bit down. He decides to send her some money – smart man! Winnie is seen on her phone prior to receiving the notification, but when she gets it, her face lights up! She turns to her son, blows him a kiss and thanks him. He captioned it, “This Morning while driving with my mom, I see she looks sad, so I sent her that notification that brings a smile and boy she was happy #Mamasboi #MondayMotivation” This Morning while driving with my mom, i see she looks sad ?? so i sent her that Notification that brings a Smile ?? ?? ?? and Boy she was happy ?? #Mamasboi #MondayMotivation pic.twitter.com/bt32g4Vvu2— Abuti Ndash (@Mr_Ndash) October 7, 2019 Speaking to DRUM, Sithembiso says his relationship with both his parents has always been great and they’ve always been close. “So, when my dad died, I stepped in. On my mother’s birthday, I do the things my dad used to do for her. Even on Valentine’s Day, I call her and buy her flowers. She’s my friend and I always want to make her proud and happy, like any son. Even with my business, she’s my biggest inspiration.”“In the video, I sent her money because it’s what I usually do. I like doing nice things for her, when I see a nice pair of shoes for her, I buy them, for example. And if I have the money, I send her some, it’s the kind of relationship we have,” he tells us. Winnie is also planning to go on a trip with her friends soon, so Sithembiso decided to give her a little extra to make sure she has fun. “My mom’s a pensioner, I don’t want her worrying.”So, how much did he send her exactly? “I’d rather keep that private,” Sithembiso chuckles. He’s not only a businessman but Sithembiso also runs a campaign called I Love Fatherhood. “The campaign is about showing men just how much women do daily when it comes to raising children. It’s not just the big things but the changing of diapers, not getting enough sleep, playing with them when you’re tired, feeding them and the list goes on . . . it’s a lot. And what I’m saying is that it’s not just the responsibility of your child’s mother to make sure all those things are done,” he says passionately. “My daughter is now seven years old. When she was born, I decided to be there every step of the way. Her mother and I are no longer together but we have a friendship that works for our child, and that’s who matters the most – the child.”Sithembiso tells us he gets calls from fathers all the time, asking for advice on how to deal with certain challenges they face when it comes to fatherhood. “I give them the best advice I can based on my own experiences. But where I can’t help, I bring in experts such as lawyers and psychologists to assist them and give them tips that will help them become better fathers.”His relationship with his parents influenced how passionate he is about being a good father to his daughter, but Sithembiso says every parent needs to make that decision for themselves too, regardless of their upbringing.