- Zonke Dikana's foundation has continued to give back to the community amid the pandemic
- Zonke Dikana's foundation recently gifted a man with a brand-new wheelchair
- Zonke's fans have praised her for her generosity and taking care of the needy during these trying times
Zonke Dikana is one of the most generous celebs in Mzansi. The songstress has continued to help the less fortunate amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Through her foundation called Zonke Dikana Foundation, the singer recently blessed a man with a wheelchair. The star announced on Thursday, 28 January that she was honoured to gift Athenkosi Magwa with a brand new wheelchair.
She issued a statement to thank Athenkosi's family for welcoming her foundation into their home with warm hands. The musician also shared a snap of the wheelchair along with the statement. The foundation tweeted:
"It was such an honor for us to gift Athenkosi with a much needed wheelchair. Our aim is to bring light wherever we go & we thank Athenkosi's family for a very warm welcome."
Zonke's fans took to her comment section to praise her for her good deed. Check our some of their comments below:
"God be with you for doing good in SA!!!"
"You're really a blessing kodwa yaz."
"Beautiful work, queen."
"That was a great move Sesi Zonke.... wishing you all the best."
"Wow. This is great community work."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za reported that Nomzamo Mbatha is giving back to the community through her foundation. The stunner is playing her part in making sure that no primary school child goes to school barefoot and without a jersey.
The actress knows that some parents, who have been financially affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, are struggling to buy school uniforms for their kids as Mzansi's public schools are about to open for the first term.
The star took social media to announce that she and her partners have embarked on a nationwide search for primary schools that need support. She posted a video on Instagram on Monday, 25 January in which she made the "special announcement". Part of the former Isibaya actress' post read:
"The @nomzamo_lighthouse is so excited to announce that we are embarking on a countrywide search for Primary schools that are in need of support."
Nomzamo Mbatha also shared that they are also looking for a high school in the Eastern Cape "as we would like to support GRADE 10 learners with a full pack/set of stationery to start the year off".
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