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Tim Hogins And Khanyi Mbau Set To Help Youth With Educational Funding

ByStaff Reporter

Jan 4, 2021

Actress and television host Khanyi Mbau has vowed to help reshape the future of South African youth by assisting them with financial aid.

The Red Room actress has joined forces with businessman Tim Hogins to assist youth with funding for their education and finding employment and mentorship programmes.

“My DMS have been filled with youth sending me messages asking me to help them with their tuition, food, accommodation, or just help them find work”.

“I’ve come together with a few friends to form something called the ZA Youth Movement. This is where we would like to create a portal, where we can find solutions to help the youth help themselves.”

The actress joins a string of celebrities who are helping youngsters.

“The River” actress Linda Mtoba recently launched the Linda Mtoba Foundation to help fund private education for children in need.

Former “Isibaya” actress Nomzamo Mbatha has partnered with Hollywoodbets and the Lighthouse Foundation to set up a bursary fund to assist students with registration fees, settling unpaid fees and accommodation.

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