- Moja Love, the channel Vinolia was working for before she passed, has generously donated R200 000 to her family
- Aubrey Tau, the CEO of the channel, gave a statement in which he announced the generous donation
- R150 000 will go directly to the family to help look after Violia’s son Oratile and the other R50 000 towards the funeral
Moja Love has stepped forward to help Vinolia Mashego’s family during this extremely tough time.
Vinolia’s death came as a major shock in the middle of a very trying situation and has left a gaping hole in her family.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Moja Love, the channel Vinolia was working for before she passed, has generously donated a significant sum of cash to the family.
Aubrey Tau, the CEO of the channel, released a statement in which he announced that the channel would be donating R200 000 to Vinolia’s family.
Moja Love has done this to help ease the pain and burden on those she has left behond. Vinolia was an asset to the channel and for that they are extremely grateful.
"We were impressed with her work ethic and her generosity as she also used her second chance to teach and train young people in her team."
R150 000 will go directly to the family to help look after Violia’s son Oratile, who is in his 20s, and the other R50 000 towards the funeral.
It was reported that Vinolia Mashego's (V-Mash) passing took Mzansi by storm. Tributes and condolences have flooded social media since the news broke.
The former Jam Alley presenter and actress made a huge imprint on the SA entertainment industry and her name will never be forgotten.
Since news of Vinolia's passing, social media has been flooded with posts of sympathy and remembrance.
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