Celebs Share How They Spent Their Mandela Day #Mandela Day #67Minutes

Celebs Share How They Spent Their Mandela Day #Mandela Day #67Minutes. Today marks the day where the late former president Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela would have been 101-years-old.

Today marks the day where the late former president Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela would have been 101-years-old. Some of our celebs went out to go use their 67 minutes helping others to honour the late president of South Africa. These are some of the celebs that have gone out to honour the fromer president by helping:

DJ Fresh

DJ Fresh Partnered up with NetFlorist in packing and giving away food and clothes. The Big Dawg says, “Spent first this morning with the @NetFlorist team, packing lunch & clothing for those that may need them!”

Maps Maponyane

Maps Maponyane also partnered up with NetFlorist in packing and giving away food. Maps says, “First stop for #MandelDay this morning. Packing lunch and gift boxes with NetFlorist to give out those in need and just put some smiles on faces and spread the love.” The model went on to also contribute at a school. “Next stop Olifantsvlei Primary School in Lenasia with the Adopt-a-School Foundation to help rebuild, refurbish and add to the school’s facilities.”

Nhlanhla Nciza

The singer celebrated the day by cleaning in the streets of Kagiso with the local municipality of Mogale City. “In @MOGALECITY_LM Kagiso with MEC for Health Dr Bandile Masuku @gautenghealth nd Mayor Lipudi doing our #67MINUTES for #MandelaDay…,” says Nhanhla Nciza.

Thabsie

Thabsie went to a school for the deaf to go perform for the people there. The singer says, “About to perform for some sweet souls for my #67minutes…”

Mmusi Maimane

Mmusi Mmaine went to a school to go read for the learners. “President Nelson Mandela taught us that readers are leaders, today I spend my #67minutes at Bersig Primary in Bontheuwel, emphasizing the importance of quality education in preparing our children for an ever-changing future,” says the Democratic Alliance leader.

by Alexandra Ramaite