Malcolm X, fondly known as 'The People's Blesser', is about to start something new - one more way to help those in need. He will launch Malcolm X TV on YouTube to address students' needs hands-on.
The man with the wallet as big as his heart, Malcolm X, has always been focused on helping Mzansi's students.
Now he will launch a new way to help (even more) less fortunate students - Malcolm X TV, a YouTube channel.
The businessman hopes his channel will make it easier for charity organisations and students to reach out to each other and him, as reported by TimesLIVE.
The channel will cover everything about student life that is not affordable to many - accommodation, books, tuition, meals and allowance.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the channel will spread its focus across private and public tertiary institutions across SA.
"My camera crew and I will continue with our normal campus and charity visits countrywide, and in neighbouring states, to address students’ needs hands-on, like we’ve been doing in the past."
Furthermore, the channel will address the needs of orphanages, HIV/Aids hospices, mental institutions and old-age homes.
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