One World: SA celebs share virtual stage with international artists

One World: SA celebs share virtual stage with international artists

- The One World: Together at Home brought the world together

- South African celebs were among the international stars who entertained the world for a good cause

- The proceeds from the concert World Health Organisations Solidarity Fund.

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The massive One World concert featured some of the biggest names in entertainment. Mzansi's stars rubbed virtual shoulders with the celebs during Saturday night's special event.

The proceeds of the One World: Together at Home concert went to the World Health Organisations Solidarity Fund.

The first celeb from Mzansi to perform was Black Coffee who delivered his international hit Drive.

Hot on his heels was Cassper Nyovestwho performed an emotional version of Harambe, a title originally performed by HHP>

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Nomzamo Mbatah introduced Sho Madjozi and other South Africans to give the world some Mzansi Magic.

Sho Madjozi gave a stellar performance in support of Covid-19 relief.

The four South Africans who performed were congratulated by Deputy President David Mabuza.

If you want to catch the SA performers, here are the timestamps:

Black Coffee - 1:19:17

Cassper Nyovest - 3:20:23

Nomzamo Mbatha - 3:49:14

Sho Madjozi - 3:49:40 learned that 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.

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.

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