- Local businessman Collen Mashawana joined forces with various organisations to establish a provincial relief fund for the sport and arts sectors
- Mzansi's little super hero, Super Mash, joined in the festivities to assist the less fortunate
- The teams donated thousands of food parcels to the poor
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Previously, Briefly.co.za reported that businessman Collen Mashawana said his son, Prince, developed a "business model through his own company that produces animated short stories and comic books."
Through his company, the seven-year-old created a superhero called Supermash.
The character aims to inspire other kids by helping them with their growth and development.
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Super Mash donned his cape and was in action once again, as Mashawana revealed via a Facebook post on Sunday
"SuperMash today joined Gauteng MEC for Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation, Ms Mbali Hlophe and her team where the department announced the establishment of a provincial relief fund for the sport and arts sectors. Along with fellow donors @kaizermotaungjr, @zodwakhozafoundation, @multichoice_group, @steyn_city, @jamintl we donated thousands of food parcels which would benefit athletes, artists, and other young and old people involved in the Arts and Sports Sector in Gauteng Province."
Mashawana's post can be viewed below.
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Briefly.co.za surveyed the Super Mash Facebook group and we were very impressed with some of the good deeds on display.
The message from the little super hero was clear, as seen in the below Facebook post:
"Kids must be encouraged to support one another and grow up with the spirit of Ubuntu."
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