Thursday 2019-02-21




By Delisa Thwala | 2019-02-12

HAVING  operated for over a decade, the Swazi Jive Entertainment stable  has finally come up with a way to give back to the community and finally appreciating the support from their fans, by launching a movement which will see them donate to their neighbourhood care points.

 Speaking to the Entertainment Desk yesterday, Swazi Jive Director Sakhile Nkambule said they were rallying young people to rise above and not only help themselves but also their communities respectively.

He stated that they were open to any form of donation; it could be monetary funds or food and clothes that could be brought forth.

“We are accepting any form of donation anything that will help someone else who does not have.

“Since we launched this drive, over 200 people have signed up to help and the numbers are still going up. We are amazed.

 “People have been really great.  They realised that it’s less about me or the brand, but about the principle of giving and being selfless, teaching the youth that it’s ‘cool’ to love and help the less fortunate,”  Nkambule said.

 He further urged  more people to sign up for the donation and lend  help since it will go a long way and they were not doing it for Swazi Jive, but for the less-privileged.

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