n their (Private Citizens) initiative #R10GoesALongWay, influencer and radio personality Lasizwe Dambuza have announced that they have managed to raise R1-million for students to register in universities across the country, in 5 days!
“WE DID IT JOE! We raised R1 000 000.00 for students to get registered in Universities in 5 days!!! We literally did it! Thank you to every single one of you who contributed R10 to this initiative. WE REALLY DID THAT!! #R10GoesALongWay!” announced Lasizwe Dambuza.
“We hope that the few R10s we have contributed get you closer to the dream!!! Thank you for inspiring us as a nation and showing us that #R10GoesALongWay,” wrote Drip Footwear.
Lasizwe Dambuza’s said that the goal was to reach R1-million by Wednesday.
“The goal is to reach R1 000 000.00 by Wednesday! Please guys R10 goes a long way! Please contribute and help #R10GoesALongWay The account details FNB | ACCOUNT NUMBER: 62859284152 |Acc Name: Duma Investments,” said Lasizwe Dambuza.
“Excellent initiative well done with the #R10GoesALongWay initiative. We need lots like this. We can fix this,” encouraged former Public Protector, Prof. Thuli Madonsela.
Duma Investments is owned by Sibu Mabena of Duma Collective. For those who want to contribute, see details below:
Pick n Pay has also contributed R10 000 towards the students’ registration fees. “PICK N PAY HAS CONTRIBUTED R10 000!!! Thank you so much @PicknPay,” acknowledged Lasizwe Dambuza.
“UPDATE: We are sitting on R607 724 as we speak! Thank you so much to everyone who is participating in #R10GoesALongWay We are 40% away from reaching 100%! Please continue encouraging people to contribute they R10.00,” wrote Lasizwe Dambuza on Tuesday.
“13:00 #R10GoesALongWay I CANNOT BELIEVE YOU PEOPLE HAVE DONE THIS!!! YOU PEOPLE,” said Sibu Mabena on Tuesday.
Andile Mpisane is also gifting 20 students with R10 000 each for their varsity fees.
CONGRATULATIONS to the PRIVATE CITIZENS!