DJ Zinhle and her famous friends host auction to fund student's fees

DJ Zinhle and her famous friends host auction to fund student's fees

DJ Zinhle has teamed up with Pearl Thusi and Lerato Kganyago to auction off some of their clothing and accessories for a charitable cause.

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Zinhle took to Instagram to share her idea of auctioning off their couture so they can pay off a disadvantaged student's tuition.

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Lerato Kganyago was also seen in the Instagram story, going through her collection of suits, looking for a suitable one to auction.

DJ Zinhle and her famous friends host auction to fund student's fees

DJ Zinhle and her famous friends host auction to fund student's fees
Source: Instagram

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Zinhle appealed to anyone who knows any online bidding platforms to help them put this 'yard sale' together.

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DJ Zinhle is known for her passion for charity and helping others. Briefly.co.za previously reported that she opened up a deejay academy a while ago which focuses on training aspiring deejays.

They were recently announced as a scholarship patron of the SAE Institute. The organisation partners with 'Bridges for Music' to offer scholarships to deserving disadvantaged students who want to study audio.

DJ Zinhle and her famous friends host auction to fund student's fees

DJ Zinhle and her famous friends host auction to fund student's fees
Source: Instagram

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