- Nomzamo Mbatha's foundation The Lighthouse has raised R1.5 million to aid in the relief of Covid-19
- The money will be distributed to NGOs and NPOs across Africa
- She will also be joining numerous international celebrities in a virtual concert to entertain the world and encourage people to stay home
Nomzamo Mbatha has opened her heart to Africa and her foundation has raised R1.5 million which will be donated to help efforts to fight the virus on the continent.
She is known for her philanthropic work and has stepped up to help. Nomzano said that her foundation, The Lighthouse, will donate the money for help ease the effect of Covid-19.
Briefly.co.za learned that the money will go to NGOs, NPOs and households that are economically deprived. She also revealed that some of then money will be donated to the Nelson Mandela Foundation which is helping to facilitate the Each One Feed One campaign.
She will be involved in tonight's One World Together At Home virtual concert which was created to encourage people to stay at home during the lockdown according to ZAlebs.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that besides Nomzamo, a host of other celebrities will entertain the world tonight with the One World Together At Home virtual concert.
Black Coffee, Cassper Nyovest, Sho Madjozi and Nomzamo Mbatha have all joined the line-up for the Global Citizen One World: Together At Home show.
The show will be a live-streamed concert that is set to take place this weekend.
Our Mzansi artists have joined prestigious line-up sporting names like Lady Gaga and Elton John.
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