- Springboks' player Makazole Mapimpi received a donation of R100k for his foundation from Twizza
- The news and gossip page MDNews shared the news on social media, mentioning that the money is to assist the foundation with putting an end to GBV
- Social media users shared their responses to the donation in the comment section
Coming from a painful background and having worked hard to get where he is, Makazole Mapimpi has been doing great for himself as his foundation received a donation from one of the biggest carbonated soft drinks companies.
Makazole Mapimpi Foundation receives R100k from Twizza
The Springbok's union player has been making headlines since he came into the spotlight. He recently trended after a primary school he attended got revamped after he told his story in his documentary.
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The page shared a picture of Makazole receiving the cheque and captioned it:
"Twizza donates R100 000 to the Makazole Mapimpi Foundation with an aim to assist eradicate gender-based violence (GBV)."
See the post below:
Netizens respond to Makazole receiving R100k
Social media users reacted to the news of the Makazole Mapimpi Foundation receiving a donation from Twizza. Some congratulated the star. See some of the comments below:
"Wow, that’s good news."
"I never understand these kinds of donations... What do they do with the money to "eradicate" GBV, give a couple of thousands to the perpetrator before he/she strikes and beg him/her not to do it? I don't understand... Please excuse my ignorance!"
"That's what we need to see."
"What is R 100 000 for Twizzza?"
"That’s Why Twizza is clear of Kingsley."
Siphiwe Tshabalala hangs out with Makazole Mapimpi and Kurt-Lee Arendse
Briefly News previously reported that Springboks' players Makazoli Mapimpi, Kurtlee Arendse and former Kaizer Chiefs player Siphiwe Tshabalala served friendship goals when they snapped a picture together. Netizens praised them and recognised three legends and GOATS in the photo, giving them flowers.
The Springboks players have been received as heroes since their return from World Cup triumph. The nation got a taste of the history makers when they toured the country displaying the Web Ellis Cup they fought so hard to clinch. They have been seen in public and adored by fans nationwide.
Source: Briefly News