For students, finding someone who wants to help them is hard enough, but if their marks aren't up to the helper's standards, they can forget about it. However, there's one person who wants to help without looking at marks - Moshe Ndiki
While many of South Africa's celebs have reached out to students and gave a helping hand, the help often came with steep conditions.
Marks are usually the first thing looked at - after all, what's the point in paying for someone who doesn't reach the best scores, right?
But, as reported on by YouthVillage, one SA celeb has decided to do things differently.
Actor and musician, 'Prince' Moshe Ndiki, recently took to social media to announce his desire to help a student with their registration fees for 2019.
Moshe revealed on his Twitter account that he wishes to help a student and he wouldn't be looking at their marks.
Next year I want to pay for somones registration fees , I dont care noba uyofunda ntoni or how your marks are.. as long as youre in I got you #Makufundwe
We are loving this level of generosity, it's something that South Africa is starving for.
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