Masechaba Ndlovu embarks on project to empower victims of crime

Masechaba Ndlovu embarks on project to empower victims of crime

- Masechaba Ndlovu has experienced South Africa's crime and violence first-hand

- However, she's not letting anything negative keep her down

- Masechaba has launched a project to empower the people of South Africa

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Masechaba Ndlovu has been exposed to the crime and violence in South Africa - she and her family has been robbed more than once.

Briefly.co.za reported last year that Masechaba and her family were robbed at gunpoint.

Five armed men tied Masechaba, her children and their nanny up while they ransacked the star’s house.

Luckily, no one was hurt and Masechaba’s vehicle, along with many stolen items inside, was recovered soon after the incident. On another occasion, Masechaba, her nanny and son managed to flee the home through a bedroom window and hid out in the bushes of the property while awaiting help to arrive.

Despite this, Masechaba isn't letting the bad things that happened make her lose hope.

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Masechaba is now taking a stand for victims of crime like herself. TimesLIVE reported that the emotional support she received from supporters and social media users was not enough.

The media personality wants to do something for people who have experienced emotional trauma.

Now, she has come up with a new initiative that will help empower people and give them professional help - My Personal Lifeline.

"After one of the toughest years of my life, I have decided to take back my power. So can you."

Check out Masechaba explaining what she hopes to achieve:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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