- Somizi's husband Mohale Motaung is doing the Lord's work and giving back to those who are needy
- The socialite took to social media to share that he donated food packages to a school in the community
- Mzansi social media thanked Mohale for the work he is doing and commended him for providing
Mohale Motaung-Mhlongo has been working hard, he's securing the bag and now he's sharing his wins with people who are in need. The socialite recently made a trip to Gordon Primary School to donate some breakfast packs to children who come from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Taking to social media, Mohale shared what he was up to with his followers. He captioned his post:
"Today was day 2 of our #CleanShaveHappyTummies project. The project is centered around giving back to children in disadvantaged communities and schools."
Mohale teamed up with a few brands in Mzansi to provide food, haircuts and happy meals from McDonald's. He thanked the brands for working with him to make this all possible.
Mzansi social media users are impressed with the work Mohale is doing and took to the comments section to show him some love.
"Love the work you're doing. It should be expanded in other provinces. Give other small businesses an extended contract under your company."
"Some will never understand you're making the kid's day. They will never forget this. God bless you abundantly."
"I'm so proud of you, you are doing good."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Nomzamo Mbatha donated computers to a rural KZN school. Nomzamo Mbatha is very charitable and she has shown it once again.
The popular actress has donated 20 desktop computers to a rural high school in KwaZulu-Natal and is beaming with pride because she was able to make it possible.
"I contacted Bet Software to assist me in donating desktops to a school in one of the most remote areas of KwaZulu Natal, eJozini," said Nomzamo.
The biggest reason why Nomzamo decided to make this donation is that she didn't have the luxury of it when she was still in high school.
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