- Fezile Mkhize is just all kinds of perfect - not only is he incredibly handsome, smart and charming, he has a heart of gold as well
- The Mr World Africa title-holder hopes to use his 'crown' to help fight HIV and Aids
- Fezile has his own practice as a doctor but also works at other hospitals in Joburg
As if all that wasn't enough to make him a favourite with the ladies, he's got a very caring heart as well.
Fezile wants to use his Mr World Africa title in his passionate fight against HIV/Aids.
Fezile recently came back from the Mr World pageant in the Philippines, where he bagged the Mr World Africa crown, and already has plans on what to do with the fame that comes with it.
He is the first South African to make the top 3, and entered the pageant so he could get into contact with international partners in his fight against HIV, according to TimesLIVE.
"The title is great but what is more important is what you do with it. I have worked at a number of HIV clinics and one of the saddest things you will ever see is children, purely because of something they have inherited, not live to fulfil their dreams or have a full childhood."
Briefly.co.za gathered that Fezile has a practice in Sandton, but also spends time at Johannesburg General Hospital and Helen Joseph Hospital.
The 27-year-old became Top Billing's 'hot doctor that has ladies feeling ill suddenly' purely by accident.
He was picking up his girlfriend from SABC 3's presenter search auditions and wasn't in it for the attention.
"I am a presenter on Top Billing. I am a doctor. I model. I go out with people and I do all that because I love doing it. It is not because I want recognition but because it allows you to rub shoulders with people who are influential and can make a difference in the world.
"People think that I do things so that I can be famous but the truth is, I just want to live the best I can. I shy away from the mantle of role model or inspiration. I just want to be able to say I have used my platforms to make a difference."
What a guy!
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