SA celebs show the power of ubuntu: Love and prayer to Zimbabwe

SA celebs show the power of ubuntu: Love and prayer to Zimbabwe

- In a time of need, SA celebs extended their support to Zim

- Zim fell into desperation which found the country and its people on their knees

- It is our human responsibility to help, the power of ubuntu is amazing

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This week we have seen what true Ubuntu is. Mzansi celebs have selflessly sent their prayers, love and support to the people of Zimbabwe.

At a time where another nation is suffering to survive, it is our human duty to help. The people of Zimbabwe broke out in anger and desperation after an announcement was made that fuel prices will be increased to more than R45 a litre.

Briefly.co.za saw how violent protests took the lives of innocent people and how a beautiful nation fell to its knees in desperation.

Networks were shut down by government demand and the people of Zimbabwe were left to face this turmoil alone.

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This has been a time of great desperation and sadness, a time where we all need to stand together, as brothers and sisters, and show our support in any way that we can.

Mzansi celebs extended their support to the people of Zimbabwe with the deepest care. Their selfless acts of kindnesses are inspiring.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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