Pearl Thusi puts hand in pocket to help feed the less fortunate

Pearl Thusi puts hand in pocket to help feed the less fortunate

- Pearl Thusi might have lost it over the number of people that were out and about during lockdown, but she has since decided to help

- Many people do not have money to buy food during lockdown and Pearl feels she needs to help

- Taking to social media, Pearl extended her helping hand to assist those less fortunate

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Pearl Thusi recently got shaded hard for complaining about those who were not adhering to the lockdown rules. So, she decided to take a new approach and help people instead.

The lockdown has left many without homes, food and incomes – it is a truly trying time for all. learnt that Pearl put her hand in her pocket and helped those in need.

After many followers explained to Pearl that a lot of people had only been paid or received grants after the lockdown had already commenced, Pearl calmed down and understood a little better as to why so many people were out.

Understanding that there are also many others who can’t afford food at all because of lockdown, Pearl reached out asking where she can donate food too, to help those less fortunate.

Pearl also shared how shocked she was with the government – they really have not done enough for those in need.

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"I was certain SA govt would provide food parcels to people who would be left most vulnerable during the lockdown. To people without electricity and water - what could be the solution? I heard there are water tanks? What’s happening in those areas?"

In other news, we can always count on our favourite Mzansi musicians. With South Africa entering the fourth day of the 21-day lockdown in order to curtail the spread of Covid-19, these amazing people have taken up the challenge to sing the national anthem and spread hope and unity.

Monday saw a video which featured dozens of artists singing Nkosi Sikelel’iAfrika which was the launching of the Anthem Challenge.

Moonchild, Busiswa, Danny K, Kurt Darren, Proverb, Tumi Morake, Corlea Botha, Yvonne Chaka Chaka, Zolani Mahola, Juliet Harding and KB Mamosadi are a few of the talented artists whose voices will be heard in this beautiful project.

They are encouraging all South Africans to come together and do the same. The aim of the project is to encourage over 1 000 South Africans to take part and perform the largest-ever virtual rendition of the national anthem, all while being in lockdown.

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