Even though he is a very popular actor, he is also a concerned citizen. After what happened in the past few weeks as lootings hit some parts of the country, a lot of businesses in so many communities were affected, leaving many innocent citizens stranded and concerned about their livelihoods.
This actor recently showed his support to the communities in Durban as he tries to help rebuild what has been destroyed in certain areas. He took to social media to share a picture of himself with the chairman of human settlements in eThekwini, he captioned his inspiring post on social media:
"The past few weeks have been hectic for us as a country… however, we need to pick-up the pieces, rebuild and keep moving. Today I joined human settlements chairman in eThekwini, as we visited all damaged informal communities, and gave out building material to some of the affected families."
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