It seems like things are turning out to work better for kwaito star Zola after the trend he experienced. Zola was all over the media and we invite also made headlines last week after a video and images of him looking frail circulated on social media. There was too much worry from the public about his health, wellness and financial status.
Since then there was an account which was opened with a sole purpose of crowd funding for the ailing star. South Africa's millionaire club owner Mamkhize and his son Andile Mpisane also reached out to help Zola.
Despite all the support that he is getting from the public, Zola still wants to work as he does not want to rely on the goodwill of the South African people. Gauteng MEC of Sports, Arts and Culture has vowed that they are going to integrate Zola in their programmes. https://twitter.com/GautengSACR/status/1502519164518514690?s=19
"One of the ways is for Zola to use his voice to highlight issues such as depression, substance abuse, and financial management," the MEC said.
According to reports the. department plans to make use of Zola at schools to address the youth, which is something the star is passionate about. https://twitter.com/GautengSACR/status/1502511531883479040?s=19
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