- Veteran actress Rami Chuene has launched her own foundation aimed at "doing good" on her birthday
- The selfless former The Queen actress is turning 45 this Friday
- Instead of celebrating her birthday, the star chose to do good for the less fortunate people of Mzansi
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Veteran actress Rami Chuene has decided to launch her own foundation aimed at "doing good" on her birthday.
The former The Queen star is celebrating her 45th birthday this Friday. Instead of throwing herself a party, Rami took to social media to share with her fans that she'll use her special day to give back to the community.
The foundation tweeted:
"Hi everyone! welcome to the Rami Chuene Foundation Page! We have been planning this for so long! We are excited to launch on the special day our lovely founder was born @RamiChuene. This foundation is aimed at doing good."
Rami explained that the foundation aims to do amazing things for "our people".
"Basically, our mission is to do good. Hope you’ll join us. Follow us on@RamiChueneF and let’s do great and amazing things for our people."
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Rami's fans congratulated her for starting the foundation and also wished her a happy birthday.
"Congratulations on the foundation my lady, and a happy womb escape to you, wishing you a day that’s as beautiful as you are, enjoy your day to the fullest. Long life and blessings to you."
"Thanks to The Queen for letting you go to do great things, this is the Rami I want, about people."
"What a way to celebrate your birthday. Congratulations and enjoy your day."
Rami is not the only actress who's taking care of Mzansi peeps, Briefly.co.za reported that Skeem Saam for families living in a "desperate and "hopeless" situation in Germiston.
In a video she shared on her Instagram account, a tearful Pebetsi said the area is densely-populated and not good for living in.
"Every time I pass by that place, I always see toilets on the outskirts of the area. I think to myself, so what happens when someone needs the toilet at night? And how safe is it for the young kids in that area and there's sewage in the streets?"
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