Celebrities who give back

Heroes who don’t wear capes.

Boity

eWallets have been come the star’s mode of operation; in February this year, a lady told Boity that she needed R1500.00 for accommodation and was in need of her help. The presenter-turned-rapper responded by saying she should DM her so she could send her money. This is not the only time she send money to the need and we’re sure it won’t be the last.

Siv Ngesi

The Actor/Presenter raised money with @TumiSole of #CountryonDuty for Gogo Nxumalo, an elderly from KwaZulu Natal who has been asking for help from the government with regards to her house that was not in the right condition.

Black coffee

Black Coffee doesn’t only put South African music on the world map, but he has also given a lot to many charities. According to reports, recently, Coffee donated R200 000 by revamping his former high school’s computer room. He revealed that his mother assisted him with the project.

Bonang

Besides helping with ewallets, the TV and radio personality Bonang give girls bursaries to further their studies at a tertiary level. This insures a bright and sustainable future for girls. This initiative has started back in 2016 and still running.

AKA

The Fela in Versace hit maker didn’t only give R100 000 to the #FeesMustFall movement at Wits University but he also has AKA Foundation that offers scholarships for disadvantaged kids to study sound engineering, because “A YOUNG Kiernan Forbes realised the importance of a solid education as he started his career in the music industry by first studying sound engineering”, he said during the launch.

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