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Nhlanhla Nciza helps Xenophobia victims

2015-04-21 12:00
Nhlanhla Nciza (Instagram)

Johannesburg- The nation is still reeling in shock after a series of violent Xenophobic attacks erupted last week. 

Non-profit organisations across the country have mobilised to set up refugee camps to assist displaced foreign nationals affected by the violence. 

Many celebrities and high-profile figures have also added their voices to the campaign in an attempt to stop the violence. 

Some even made the trip down to Durban last week, where they took to the streets for a peace march. 

Mafikizolo's Nhlanhla Nciza is one such celebrity, who is doing her bit to bring relief. Nhlanhla and a group of other well-wishers made a call for people to donate food parcels, sanitary pads, blankets and clothes to help refugees at a camp in Germiston.

Nhlanhla took to Instagram to thank everyone for helping the hundreds of displaced people. 

Angels sent from above??! It's not everyday that you meet amazing, selfless , beautiful individuals. @mscaramelk @ayanda25 @smandi8 Carol and many others that came thru today at one of the refuge shelters in Germiston . @leratomatsoso thank you so much for inviting me, may God bless your good heart my sis! The conditions that our brothers and sisters are living under because they flee their homes in order to protect themselves and their children from the attacks is so saddening and heartbreaking . We can only hope that they soon feel safe enough to go back to their homes and I pray that we all welcome them back into our communities and make them feel safe. . I thank God that thru these Angels UBUNTU prevails!! I THANK every single person today who gave their time to come thru and all those who donated food and clothes, may God bless you and keep you safe. #WeAreOne #NoToXenophobia #DreamTeam ??????

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