"I never thought I would own a car."
Msimango said he cannot even drive but he would rely on relatives to drive him.
Msimango, a former soccer player who hails from Alexandra and later moved to Soweto, said his deep love for people inspired him to volunteer at Bara.
"When I see a person in need of help I get a wheelchair, I take them to the wards or to casualty," he said.
"When I see people battling to locate their loved ones, I also assist them because I know the whole hospital."
Msimango also loves spending time with elderly people and entertaining children at the paediatric outpatient area.
"I love everybody, young and old. I go to old age homes and spend my birthday there with the pensioners."
Msimango, who has two children, said he has been able to survive throughout the years despite not earning a salary through the goodwill of the people in the community.
"People always ask how I manage to survive and look this good without a salary. I tell them God looks after me."