What your faves got up to during #MandelaDay

See what your favourite celebrities got up to as part of the nationwide involvement in giving back to those in need 

By  | Dec 06, 2018, 01:43 AM

What your faves are doing for #MandelaDay

Every year, on the birthday of one of SA's most iconic presidents, celebrities and citizens alike come out in full force to spend #67Minutes is service of others. Here's what your favourite ZAlebs did on #MandelaDay 2017.

Former Greed and Desire actress Buhle Moletsane spent her 67 minutes at a primary school in Marikana

Did my #67Minutes today at the Marikana! S/O to Maruatona Primary School. 💝🌺❤️

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Successful day!!

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Mo Flava delivered proceeds from a soccer tournament he held this past weekend. 

Dineo Ranaka fulfilled her radio host duties alongside fellow Metro FM colleagues 

Thank you @McCainSA x @metrofmsa today was time and love well spent #metrofmmccain67 #mandeladay 💙🦋🙏🏽

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Teamwork makes the dream work #MetroFmMcCain67 #McCainMetroFMMandelaDay #LiveHisLegacy

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We have no idea what Bassie Kumalo got up to but she was in the spirit.

Model K Naomi, socialite Blue Mbombo and a bunch of other beautiful people packed food parcels for vulnerable children 

DJ Fresh gave away bursaries 

LeeAnne Dlamini handed out toys and spent some time with children at Charlotte Maxeke Hospital 

DJ Sabby was also out in Alex helping out some kids 

As did Nonhle in Pretoria 

#MandelaDay painting for the kids Give Them Hope Care Centre in Pretoria

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We're glad to see that the initiative hasn't lost momentum after all these years. 


Main image credit: instagram.com/blue_mbombo