Bonang Matheba pledges to give 50 needy families R1 000 food vouchers

Bonang Matheba pledges to give 50 needy families R1 000 food vouchers

- Bonang cannot handle the fact that there are thousands of families in Mzansi who are unable to afford to eat during this awful lockdown

- Taking to social media, Queen B called on her BForce to help her distribute R50k in food vouchers to worthy families

- The Force jumped right on the job and showed their Queen endless love and gratitude for her kindness

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Bonang Matheba, like many celebs all over the world, has decided to share her wealth with those in need during this awful time.

After the president announced a further 14 days of lockdown last night, the fear, panic and uncertainty of many heightened. learnt that Queen B has selflessly taken R50 000 of her own money to give to those who are currently going without.

One thing Bonang has never failed to do is to be generous and understanding. The spirit of Ubuntu runs strong through her veins and is admirable.

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Taking to social media, Bonang originally announced that she was taking R50 000 and splitting it into 25 R2 000 donations for 25 families in need.

Seeing how many people did not even have money to pay rent let alone eat was something that hit Bonang hard.

She asked her ever-loyal BForce for their help in finding worthy families.

One fan suggested that R1 000 is a generous enough donation and enough money to feed a family, so B should rather give 50 families R1 000 – Bonang agreed, it’s a brilliant idea!

BForce flooded Bonang’s post with words of great appreciation and well wishes. This Queen deserves the most!

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