- Businessman and radio personality Tbo Touch wants to help needy Mzansi citizens amid the Covid-19 pandemic
- The kind-hearted Touch is willing to contribute fuel for a private plane that will bring back South Africans stuck in Turkey
- The group of young South Africans travelled to Turkey for work purposes but they are now stranded due to the coronavirus
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Tbo Touch is willing to open his wallet and spend his money to help needy South Africans.
The radio personality and businessman wants to bring home the citizens that are stuck in Turkey due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Touch took to social media to share that he is willing to cover costs towards fuel for a private plane that will bring back "our boys and girls" that are stuck in Turkey.
The star shared a video of the people that have been stuck there for over a month on his Instagram.
He captioned the post:
"This got me in tears. My family, our boys and girls, stuck in Turkey for over a month, no food, shelter everything is closed. International Relations have just issued clearance for their return. All airlines are down, we need access to a private plane and I’m pledging to cover costs towards fuel!"
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Touch's touched fans also shared their views on the matter
"This is sad and heart breaking. Surely there's a South African Embassy in Instanbul, can the high commission not help?"
"Mercy Lord. Our people cont be stranded and left to suffer. How do we help bringing our citizens home. So sad OMG."
"Eish, it's sad man, can feel the pain those individuals are going through, in support of their request I say bring them home."
"@Fikile Mbalula, they need your urgent assistance."
"May the good Lord be with them... This is sad."
Briefly.co.za has reported that the group of young South Africans travelled to Turkey around March for work purposes, but have been left stranded following the Covid-19 pandemic.
The group comprises of 29 musicians and they've been left frustrated following talks with the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (Dirco).
The men and women are contracted to Rainbow Entertainment, who provides entertainment to hotels throughout Turkey.
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