Cyclone Idai has caused extensive damage and claimed many lives in Mozambique and Zimbabwe, and actor and presenter, Maps Maponyane, took to social media to call on people to lend a helping hand in this dark time.
Social media is a platform that can be used for good or bad, and actor Maps Maponyane took to Twitter to attempt some good.
Cyclone Idai has claimed hundreds of lives and displaced many more in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi.
Rescue efforts continue and help from anywhere would make a difference during this crisis.
Maps hopes that his call for help for those countries could lead to raising awareness and helping to send relief for the cyclone's victims.
He tweeted that his prayers are with the victims and asked anyone who could, to give aid.
"My thoughts and prayers are with the people of Mozambique and Zimbabwe. Let's come together and do what we can to assist our fellow Africans, and above all, our fellow Humans who are in desperate need."
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Thousands of people have been left without their homes and belongings during this natural disaster, according to a report by The Citizen.
Maps has recently been travelling around Zimbabwe, as reported on by Briefly.co.za, so it makes sense that he has special concern for the country and its people.
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