- Skeem Saam actor Clement Maosa has launched his own foundation for children
- Clement shared that the aim of the Bakgethwa Foundation is to fight for better education for every child in Mzansi
- Clement, who plays the role of Zamokuhle Seakamela on Skeem Saam, shared that he's a living testimony that coming from a poor background doesn't determine anyone's future
Clement Maosa has finally launched his foundation after years of "hesitation". The Skeem Saam actor took to social media on Tuesday, 3 November to share that the aim of the Bakgethwa Foundation is to fight for quality education for every child.
Clement took to Instagram and shared that the foundation has touched many lives not just only in his own province of Limpopo but other provinces in Mzansi as well.
"The aim is to fight for quality education for every child, so ours is to make information accessible to those abandoned and forgotten by the systems so they continue fighting to better their lives and never lose hope or doubt themselves. We continue reaffirming them and instilling back their confidence and dignity."
Clement, who is from the villages, shared that he decided to have his own foundation because he fought against all odds to reach his goals.
"I always tell the learners that their circumstances and background doesn’t determine their future and through my journey and sharing my story of losing both parents (both domestic workers) as a teenager but never lost hope I get to inspire others. I am a living testimony! I live to inspire."
The talented actor plays the role of Zamokuhle Seakamela on Skeem Saam. He also completed a law degree against all odds. His fans flooded his comment section on the photo-sharing app to congratulate him on his new initiative.
"Well done warra on registering it finally. Keep up the good work, God shall reward."
"A job well done. May the Almighty watch over baetapele bakamoso. Thank you for your initiative."
"Wow. Congratulations brother and thank you."
"Great initiative bro."
"Congratulations bafo, well done. May God bless you and the foundation abundantly."
"Well done abuti, may you continue touching lives and giving hope to a black child. God bless you."
"May the good Lord bless and keep you. What an inspiration. May all the desires of your heart be granted. May you be blessed going in and coming out. May He shower you with more blessings that you will have no room to accommodate."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Skeem Saam actress Pebetsi Matlaila has taken to social media to announce that she is now a happily married woman. The excited Pebetsi took to Instagram on Monday, 2 November to reveal her good news to her followers.
In the video that the radio presenter posted, she told Mzansi men who have been "eyeing" her that she is now off the market. The stunner couldn't stop showing off her ring in the clip she shared on her timeline. She also revealed that she will be sharing professional footage from the ceremony just to let her fans in on what went down during her wedding day. Pebetsi captioned her post: "
"Mrs. Makoti. Wife. #NovemberVibes... I've learned not to announce my moves before making them. Not everyone wishes the best for you. I Have been preparing myself psychologically."
The stunner's fans have flooded her comment section to congratulate her. One fan thuto_ntle wrote:
"What! Congratulations Queen. You are an absolutely beautiful woman. He's blessed to have you. Blessings on blessings mama."
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