Mohale Motaung gives back to children in disadvantaged schools

Mohale Motaung gives back to children in disadvantaged schools

The star recently visited a school in Alexandra township to give the learners food parcels. 

Mohale Motaung
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South African media personality Mohale Motaung is playing his part in making the world a better place.

The 26-year-old has been taking part in the #CleanShaveHappyTummies project, which aims at improving the lives of disadvantaged children.

The celebrity, alongside his partners, visit disadvantaged communities and schools to give children food.

Not only that, but in a recent visit to Gordon Primary School in Alexandra earlier this week, the learners were also privileged to receive a hairdo from Classic Barbershop.

Mohale took to Twitter to share the incredible work that he has been doing.

“The project is centred around giving back to children in disadvantaged communities and schools. Today we were at Gordon Primary School and gave the kids Haircuts, FutureLife breakfast packs and Happy Meals from McDonald’s,” he wrote.

The star thanked his partners for helping him put a smile on the face of the less advantaged children.

“Thank you to all our partners, @futurelifeza @_classic.barbershop and thank you to @mcdonalds_za for helping us put a smile on our kids faces. ON TO THE NEXT! @fortheyouth_foundation,” he wrote.

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