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SKHUBASH TO HELP THE LESS PRIVILEGED

By Nokwanda Sibandze | 2019-12-06

RAPPER Skhubash under Skhubash Music Support Wing will be hosting an event to raise funds for the less privileged on December 28 at Mpolonjeni Inkhundla (Siteki).

Skhubash has requested help, support and partnership in hosting this event.

According to the rapper, funding is solely dependent on the support they get from companies, organisations, friends and family.

“As young adults, we have the passion and productivity but we lack resources.

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That is why we are asking for  donations for children between the ages 4 - 10 years,” he said.

The rapper said they were looking forward to receiving support from the public which would bring them one step closer to seeing a child smile this holiday season.

“To support this event people can call 7648 4224 / 7948 4224. This event is also something that the children are looking forward to because some of them do not celebrate the holiday season because of their backgrounds,” he said.

The hip hop artist said they would  also entertain the children as there will be activities which include singing, dancing and children games to name a few.

Skhubash has made a name for himself with hit tracks like ‘It’s my ‘Ngyaphanda’, time’, ‘Steven Seagal’ and ‘Money calling’ to name a few. It is also worth noting that this is not the first party the rapper has hosted for the children.

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