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Kaiser Motaung Jnr donates to Mpondo Kingdom

PlaatjieN 06/25/2020

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As the country battles with the deadly coronavirus pandemic the poor have been the most hit as the nationwide lockdown requires them to stay at home.

Even though it is on level 3 and other restrictions have been eased things are not back to normal yet.

Food parcels have maintained the strength of the lockdown. If families have food there won't be a need for them to leave their homes.

Kaiser Motaung Jnr has helped 400 families from Ntabankulu in the Eastern Cape with food parcels and masks.

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The Mpondo kingdom had sought his assistance with the poor families during the lockdown to curb the spread of covid-19.

Through the Kaiser Motaung Jnr Foundation the soccer star was able to assist in uplifting the rural community members.

Local soccer team's spirits were lifted as they received kit donations and equipment.

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Soccer fans have been eagerly waiting for the return of football since the all sports were cancelled but Matshona FC this surprise was way better.

Even though PSL is dealing with players who have tested positive of covid-19 they believe they will be starting the games very soon.

The donations were handed over to community members at Lwandlolubomvu Great Place on 23 June 2020 and were received by Nkosi Jongilanga Sigcau.

As the foundation and the kingdom observed the nationwide lockdown rules and regulations some of the food parcels were taken by headmans to distribute to deserving community members

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The donations from Kaizer Motaung Foundation will benefit villagers from various areas in the Mpondo Kingdom including Mbizana, Flagstaff, Lusikisiki.

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AngelinaZazi · 06/25/2020
God bless you Bhuti.

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