One act of random kindness a day can sure go a long way. Following the fire that frightened South Africa last month in Khayelitsha, an informal township in the Western Cape, where over 4 000 thousand people lost their shelter and belongings, musician Anatii was among other people that went to assist and give refuge to the people of this community.
#rememberkhayelitsha— Tumi Sole (@tumisole) November 25, 2018
Thank you @ANATII together with your foundation for gracing Khayelitsha today & doing your #CountryDuty
Special shout out to @zibonelefm98 for covering today’s event. @Tothembi @MissGcilishe we can’t thank you enough for being there pic.twitter.com/dxM4fj1CLH
Anatii went down to Khayelitsha on Monday and was able to give food and blankets to at least 450 households that were affected by the fire. Proving that actions really do speak louder than words, he inspired and gave us a reminder of the responsibilities we have to our community. More than anything, Anatii epitomises the power people of his calibre have within them to not only effect change through music but to be impactful with their actions. It certainly is a feel good agent to dance and celebrate life most times, but it is even more imperative as young people of influence to take a purposeful stand for people who are in a less fortunate position than you are in. Not to say that there aren't other artists who continue to do great community work, however, another reminder just accentuates the importance of these kind of actions of ubuntu in a world where a simple thing as greeting your kindred is hard to do. Big ups to Anatii, makwande nalapho uthethe khona. Bless!
UTHANDO IS THE KEY! POSITIVE VIBEZ ONLY! ✨???????????? pic.twitter.com/aaEZH9Sjpn— ANATII (@ANATII) November 28, 2018