- Dr Malinga was applauded for his amazing initiative just a few months after he nearly lost his home
- The singer announced on his timeline that he was looking to fund five TVET college students from disadvantaged backgrounds
- Social media users praised the star for openigng his heart and wallet despite also going through a lot in terms of his finances
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Dr Malinga is being praised for giving back to the community. The singer trended last years when he asked Mznsi to help him ssettle his SARS debt.
People opened their hearts and wallets and the singer was able to save his home from being seized by the taxman. He's now doing the Lord's work after getting back on his feet.
Dr Malinga took to Facebook to announce that he was giving away five bursaries to students from disadvantaged backgrounds. ZAlebs reports that the star explained that he's not moied but is willing to assist needy students who want to further their studies.
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Dr Malinga reportedly made it clear that for now, he's only able to assist TVET college students not university students.
Mzansi reacts to Dr Malinga's amazing initiative
Peeps took to his comment section and shared mixed views to his announcement. Many praised him for opening his wallets and helping the needy a few months after he received assistance.
Tumiso Makhubela wrote:
"Wow... You were broke last week and you're already offering bursaries.. you're a leader, my brother.. love you."
Mochabo Masikinya said:
"Why not give bursaries at proper establishments."
Bra Shimza Mathebela Tlou commented:
"Well done, Lingas! God bless you, bro."
Kamogelo Pelonolo Magabe wrote:
"Last year you went broke . Today you're giving away bursaries, haii this one is not make sure anyways, salute brother."
Fortune Robert Tshepo said:
"It's a registered college. It's just that it's a Private College not a Public College."
Charles Paya Spirit Filled added:
"Keep up the good work!"
Arthur Mafokate in trouble with the law
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Arthur Mafokate is reportedly in trouble with the law. The Kwaito legend's assets were frozen by the SIU.
Journalist Cliff Shiko reports that some of the lux properties linked to former lotteries boss and others have also been frozen. Taking to Twitter Clifford wrote:
"SIU freezes luxury properties linked to musician Arthur Mafokate, former lotteries boss and others. Five NPOs received funding of R56 million from NLC."
Peeps shared mixed reactions to the news. Some said they though the music producer was living lavish because of the money he made when he was still actively involved in the music industry.
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Source: Briefly News