Mzansi shows Ubuntu to #AlexFire victims: Celebs are doing the most

Mzansi shows Ubuntu to #AlexFire victims: Celebs are doing the most

- Anele Mdoda, Minnie Dlamini and Celeste Ntuli stepped forward to help the #AlexFire victims.

- the responds has been amazing and it just shows how Mzansi can conquer anything if we come together.

- Spur, Uber, KFC, Shoprite SA, Cuddlers, Cell C, and many more, have pledged to help out.

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The Alexandra fire has left many stranded, with no shelter, no food, and little hope. Mzansi celebs have come together to do their bit for these people in need.

Over 500 shacks were destroyed in this fire. The Gauteng Township is in a state with hundreds of its residents left homeless.

Anele Mdoda has been a voice of hope for these people. The bright and cheery Mzansi celeb jumped in to help and has really done the most.

Briefly.co.za learnt that a few celebs gathered to help out and give the community a little Sunday love. The rainy and cold weather did not help the dull situation, so Anele, Minnie Dlamini and Celeste Ntuli decided to bring a little sunshine to them.

With a lot of help from Shoprite SA, the celeb team was able to feed the devastated Alex community. They got in and did their bit just to bring a little hope to these people’s lives. What a truly beautiful act of kindness.

The ladies took to social media to share their bit about the situation.

Anele thanked Shoprite SA and all who came out to help.

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Minnie share the special moment and remind everyone of the power of kindness. She also gave big thumbs up to Anele for being the one behind all of it. Good job!

Celeste stated that it is our duty, as human beings, to help others.

KFC’s Add Hope stepped forward and pledged to feed 300 families over the next three months by providing them with food parcels. That’s not all; they will also provide food to the Uber’s who have pledged to help deliver the food parcels. Nice one KFC!

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A whopping R75 000 has also been donated by the CEO of Cell C to the relief aid and a further R25 000 worth of nappies and baby wipes has been donated by Cuddlers.

Spur were also incredible in all of this by sending a truck filled with R50 000 worth of supplies to the community.

What a wow, it is amazing to see what can be done when a nation come together. Big ups to all of those who have stepped forward to help, you are the real role models of Ubuntu.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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