Tbo Touch has announced plans to build accommodation for students. The radio and TV personality took to his Twitter account to make the announcement.
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Tbo Touch, whose real name is Thabo Molefe, remembers how he struggled with accommodation as a student, and wants to stop that from happening to others.
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The 37 year old businessman said the student village would open in February of this year.
“On February 7th I’m opening my 1st ever student village self-funded offering students access decent living conditions with uncapped WiFi and necessary stationery”
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The accommodation is one of the personality's many charitable ventures this year. Just a month ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Tbo Touch would be cleaning up the dump sites in Sharpeville to make clean places for the children to play in. He shared a video on social media in which he announced his plans.
Thousands of students struggle to find decent accommodation every year and many end up living in places that do not meet safety and hygienic standards, Tbo Touch’s initiative is sure to bring relief to many.
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