- Ayanda Borotho is doing her bit to help foreign nationals who are suffering and stranded during lockdown in SA
- She and a small team will be doing their bit to help foreign nationals who are clerly not being cared for in Mansi during lockdown
- Ayanda had no idea the extent to which these poor people were suffering and just had to help when it was brought to her attention
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Ayanda Borotho is doing her bit to help foreign nationals who are suffering and stranded during this global pandemic and national lockdown.
Foreign nationals have been fighting an endless battle in South Africa and the lockdown has only made things harder for them.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Ayanda has made it her mission to help foreign nationals as they do not see to be on many people’s priority list.
The Isibaya actress got a chance to share her thought on eNCA, explaining that she and a small team would be doing their bit to help foreign nationals.
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“A group of friends and myself decided that we should get together to see how we can lend a hand in this time ... especially to those who weren't discovered and were not getting food parcels.
“This is because they were foreign nationals who didn't have access to SA IDs ... so yeah, we put our muscles together.”
Ayanda had no idea the extent to which these poor people were suffering and just had to help when it was brought to her attention.
“It's been eye-opening to see the number of people in our country who are desperate for food is just unbelievable, it is something that I have not seen on the scale that I have seen it on ... but it's also heartbreaking.
“It's heartbreaking to know that even the government does come to help to assist, you have people who come for second food parcels when other people have not received anything like grannies and grandfathers who are stuck at home who aren't able to walk and stand in long queues to get their food parcels.”
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