Black Coffee Donates food Mthatha

Black Coffee has decided to give back to the Mthatha community just ahead of Christmas. Images via Instagram: @realblackcoffee

Christmas comes early as Black Coffee donates food to the needy

DJ Black Coffee has opened a food bank that will see the community of Mthatha and surrounding areas receive food parcels.

Black Coffee Donates food Mthatha

Black Coffee has decided to give back to the Mthatha community just ahead of Christmas. Images via Instagram: @realblackcoffee

South-African born International DJ Black Coffee (Nkosinathi Innocent Maphumulo) has decided to give back to the community of Mthatha, Eastern Cape by donating food.

According to Zimoja, the DJ also launched a food back that will cater to the needs of the needs.

The Black Coffee Food Banks will donate food to needy people in Mthatha and the surrounding areas. The Black Coffee Food Bank donated food to 100 needy families and three NPO’s, Ngangelizwe., Qweqwe and Zimbane – as per Zimoja.

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GIVING BACK TO RURAL COMMUNITIES

The publication reports that the CEO of Black Coffee Foundation Lungi Maphumulo said that his brother Black Coffee was giving back to the community because of his past experiences.

“We are concentrating on mostly rural areas because that is where we believe we will find disadvantaged families. The reason we started this Black Coffee Food Bank is because Black Coffee grew up here in Mthatha.

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Lungi said Black Coffee has got to experience the problems faced by the communities of Mthatha and that is why they decided to donate food as no one must go to bed hungry.

“We  believe that every family must have a good Christmas like all families,” she said.

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BLACK COFFEE GOES BACK HOME

Black Coffee performed at the Mthatha stadium on 19 November as part of the Black Home Coming.

“As they say charity begins at home so this initiative is very close to his heart. We are all about improving the lives of the needy people. We want to teach people that each one must help one another for people to have a better tomorrow. Nobody must go to bed on an empty stomach,” Lungi told Zimoja.

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