- A nine-year-old community activist donated stationery to children affected by Cyclone Idai
- Kwakho Mamputa is dedicated to improving her community
- She raised donations while participating in a beauty pageant
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Young Kwakho Mamputa has inspired Mzansi after donating stationery to children affected by Cyclone Idai.
The nine-year old activist from Khayelitsha is leading by example and already has two awards for volunteer work and her efforts to improve the community.
Brenda Mamputa, the proud mother of the bold girl, says her daughter works hard to better herself and others, Briefly.co.za learned.
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Kwakho took part in a beauty pageant to help and earned donations. The community came together to help start a foundation that runs a food truck feeding children.
Kwakho’s donation and work in creating awareness and encouraging support for affected countries has inspired many South Africans.
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Cyclone Idai has had a significant impact on African countries, notably Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
According to Mozambican government figures, around 900 000 children have been moved from their families due to the storm, reports News24.
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Source: Briefly News