Many Mzansi celebs are doing their bit to help the needy during the Covid-19 lockdown
Siya and Rachel Kolisi have also done their bit to make sure everyone is well taken care of during this difficult time
They have donated 500 food parcels to residents of Zwide in Port Elizabeth
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Siya Kolisi and his wife Rachel are also playing their part in making sure that South Africa's most needy people are taken care of during this difficult time.
Mzansi is currently in lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic and many South Africans have no means of survival.
The captain of the Springboks and his wife have launched the "each one, feed one" campaign which donates food to the needy.
The Kolisi Foundation has partnered with the Imbumba and Nelson Mandela foundations to make sure that the campaign is a success.
The Kolisi Foundation wrote on social media:
"We did our first drop of 500 food parcels in Zwide township, Port Elizabeth - Siya’s hometown. This is a difficult time for many people, and we are committed to making sure as many people as possible are equipped. If you would like to make a donation or would like to come on board as a partner please see the landing page link in our bio. Thank you to @nandossa @oldmutualsa @imbumbafoundation @anglo_gold @ubuntupathways @nelsonmandelafoundationsa."
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Mzansi peeps took to social media to commend the couple for this initiative.
"Congrats both of you and the Kolisi Foundation team!"
"Amazing work team!!"
"Thank you for your incredible generosity to our community. From ubuntu and from our clients - We are so grateful."
"Amazing! What an incredible example to all, being a channel for God's blessings and not a container."
"A million likes. You guys are real heroes."
Briefly.co.za has reported that President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced a R500 billion social and economic support package, amounting to around 10% of South Africa's GDP. The package is to assist the country in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.
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