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George and Kelli Provan have created a news segment that nobody asked for, but we love it and are calling them our Good Things Guy correspondents!


South Africa (17 April 2020) – George and Kelli Provan have done something nobody asked for, but we love it! The couple rounded up the good news in a news segment called “News that nobody asked for Episode 1”.

They highlighted a few Good Things Guy stories, from the Railways Cafe story about turning their cafe into a soup kitchen for the homeless to Massimo’s fundraising to feed hundreds of people every day. They also highlighted the Harvard University free online courses.

Because they are sharing all the good news, we have decided to dub them the Good Things Guy correspondents. We love sharing the good news and welcome it in every format. George and Kelli are sharing it in a fun and bite-sized way.

We cannot wait to see what they do for episode 2. Bring on the good stuff, even if nobody asked for it! So far, their friends are the only people enjoying the videos, so let’s help them go viral.

The couple ends off their news segment by saying “stay inside South Africa”, and we couldn’t agree more. Take a look at their news segment below.

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Tyler Leigh Vivier is a writer for Good Things Guy.

Her passion is to spread good news across South Africa with a big focus on environmental issues, animal welfare and social upliftment. Outside of Good Things Guy, she is an avid reader and lover of tea.

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