- Mohale Motaung-Mhlongo has launched a shoe drive project to help kids from three Mzansi schools
- Mohale Motaung-Mhlongo shared that he and his team have already donated 60 pairs of school shoes to Grade 1's at Mthonjeni Primary School
- Mohale Motaung-Mhlongo's followers have applauded him for his amazing initiative
Mohale Motaung-Mhlongo has launched a school shoe drive project to help kids from three Mzansi schools.
The actor took to Instagram a few days ago and shared that he and his crew are sponsored by Uber Eats to donate school shoes in KwaNobuhle, Queenstown and Tembisa. The star captioned his post:
"Hello everyone. It’s back to school and we are doing a school shoe drive for three schools. The schools are in Kwa-Nobuhle, Queenstown and Tembisa. Our main sponsor @ubereats_za has donated the shoes and UberEats vouchers as well."
Somizi's hubby took to Instagram again on Tuesday, 16 February a day after Mzansi public schools opened to share that they donated some shoes at Mthonjeni Primary School. Mohale said:
"Yesterday was day 1 of our #BackToSchoolShoeDrive at Mthonjeni Primary School and 60 pairs of school shoes were successfully donated to the Grade 1’s there."
The star's followers took to his comment section to praise him for the amazing initiative. Check out some of their comments below:
"Love this! Amazing initiative."
"This is amazing."
"Let's do this. Great initiative indeed."
"Amazing work guys. let’s goooo."
"Queenstown I can't wait to see you."
"Such a great initiative. Lets do this."
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 schools are about to open for the first term.
The star has taken to 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". The former Isibaya actress captioned her post:
"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. We have put together 500 packs that include a SCHOOL JERSEY, a pair of SCHOOL SHOES thanks to @hollywoodbets and special goodies from @cottonon_africa @cottonon as well as toiletries from @unileversa !!! We are looking for schools in KZN, POLOKWANE, WESTERN CAPE, GAUTENG!"
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