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Thando Thabethe and Mantsoe team up with spar to feed a 100 People

Thando Thabethe, is on a mission to feed as many people as she can during the lockdown period and just yesterday she managed to feed about a 100 families, she teamed up with the Booth fest foundation, Mantsoe and Spar.

 

She started off in Centurion on the 5th of April where she wrote ”

I, together with @boothfestfoundation & @MantsoePout are on a mission to feed as many people as possible, spent this afternoon feeding some of the homeless in Centurion. Please help us identify other places in need and also let us know how you can help during these trying times… .” 
The actress also asked for suggestions as to what places have a deep need for social relief, 
On the 7th she went over to Diepsloot, she then took it to her Instagram, she wrote “Saying NO to Corona like…. today we visited Diepsloot Community Centre, and got to feed just over 300 people!!! Shout out to Taryn who identified the Centre.
@mantsoepout was head prefect ensuring social distancing while @boothfestfoundation @kulturedine made sure tummies were fed ???? PLEASE KEEP YOUR SUGGESTIONS COMING
And just yesterday she teamed up with spar and they managed to feed a hundred families

https://www.instagram.com/p/B_woAkHpWvy/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

On one of her posts Thando did get asked why she posts the pictures of the work she does,  The person asked if it was to show off her “goodness”

Thank you for helping… We all appreciate it. My concern? Why do you post these things? Like why?…to show people “the good” that you’re doing… Aaah man.”

Well, what do you think? Should Thando let us know about what shes doing or should she keep it on the down low.

We are glad to see the fortunate reach out and assist the less fortunate

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