- Tobeka Madiba Zuma took to Instagram to gush about her foundation
- The former first lady's foundation has raised R1.2 million for medical students
- Tobeka encouraged the students, writing: "Black child it's possible"
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Tobeka Madiba Zuma is doing the most to help people achieve their dreams. The former first lady's organisation, The Tobeka Madiba Zuma Foundation, managed to raise a total of R1.2 million for medical students who would not have the funds otherwise.
She shared photos of herself with the student who will benefit from the money.
Her post read:
"Walk the talk and not the other way around. The Tobeka Madiba Zuma Foundation wishes to thank all those who dug dip into their hard-earned funds and supported the #imadeadoctor campaign. Which saw a total of R1.2m being raised.
"Thanks to those who opened their doors, took our calls, returned those missed calls, responded to the text messages. Not to mention @nxumalosandisiwe for your tireless efforts angel in ensuring that not a single medical student is excluded. Prof. Ncoza Dlova, you are truly amazing and I cannot thank you enough. Black child it's possible. The future looks bright."
Take a look at her post below:
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Before embarking on the campaign to raise money, Tobeka spent some quality time with her family and friends.
Briefly.co.za reported uBaba's wifey was glowing as she and some of her friends and family enjoyed a day at the beach over the weekend.
The former first lady looked radiant as she rocked a black bathing suit with bright pink beach dress over it.
She posted several snaps online, including ones of her daughter, and captioned them:
"The sunlight claps the earth, and the moonbeams kiss the sea: what are all these kissings worth, if thou kiss not me? I ask #sunshine #kisses #nature #beach #day #family #bonds #strengthened."
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