- Anele Mdoda has been praised by Mzansi for her initiative to help pregnant women during the lockdown
- The 947 DJ raised over R200k for expectant mothers who lost their income due to the pandemic
- Thuli Madonsela was one of the many social media users inspired by Anele Mdoda's efforts
Anele Mdoda and her 947 Breakfast Club team are helping pregnant mommies who have lost their income due to the coronavirus lockdown. The media personality raised funds for the expectant mothers and brought in over R200 000.
The Covid-19 pandemic has left many without a source of income as the country locked down on non-essential services. Anele Mdoda has decided to help pregnant mothers who have fallen victim to financial constraints. Through a project called 'The Baby Box Project', Anele and her radio crew have raised over R200 000 to support moms-to-be.
Former Public Protector, Thuli Madonsela, was among the many social media users in the comments section praising Anele for her act of kindness. She said:
"Well done Anele #Inspiring"
Twitter user IGGG06 said:
"The way I cried yesterday guys #947BreakfastClub it is simply amazing what y'all are doing for these new mommies and little angels coming into this world. God bless you all and all the people that contributed."
"I was soo happy about this initiative, nisebenzile. Am looking forward to the bake-off too."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Anele had South Africans laughing out loud when a competition to find the biggest 'gap' was judged by her on social media. It started when a tweep made his way onto her Twitter page and said she's got nothing on him. Anele - who is proud of her gap - quickly reacted and made it clear that she is, in fact, 'The Gap'.
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