Halala: Somizi Celebrates Black Owned Bank by Buying Shares

Halala: Somizi Celebrates Black Owned Bank by Buying Shares

- Somizi Mhlongo has once again shown support to local black business by buying shares in a black-owned bank

- The owner of the bank, Nthabeleng Likotsi, took to social media to thank the Idols SA judge for showing her love and support

- Somizi has always been vocal about giving back to the black community and has been involved in various other similar projects

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Somizi has always made it clear that he will hit above and beyond for black businesses. The media personality recently made sure that he was true to his word when he showed support to the YWBN Own the Bank Share Scheme.

Halala: Somizi celebrates black owned bank by buying shares
Somizi recently showed support to a black-owned venture. Image: @somizi
Source: Instagram

Speaking at the briefing, Somizi said:

“They had to oppress us because they knew what black people can achieve, but our time is now, black child, we have arrived.”

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The owner of the bank Nthabeleng Likotsi took to social media to thank Somizi profusely for showing up and showing love.

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Somizi supports black business

Briefly News reported that Somizi is definitely a powerhouse and a force to be reckoned with. When he is not choreographing brilliant dance moves, entertaining on his reality tv show, or cooking up a storm with local stars, he is apparently collaborating with black-owned sneaker companies to produce his own line of dope sneaks.

It was recently revealed in tweet by Kgopolo Mphela that Somgaga had collaborated with Bathu sneakers a proudly South African sneaker company, to release a line of his own, the BathuXSomizi range.

In another incident, Somizi Mhlongo decided that he was going to help local businesses in the country. Taking to social media, Somizi let his followers know that he would be posting promotional content on his page weekly in March.

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Somizi shared an email address in his caption that people could use when sending through their information.

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