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Black Coffee Has Raised Over R500k For COVID-19 Assistance

Black Coffee has raised more than R500k for COVID-19 relief

Black Coffee has raised over R500k for COVID-19 relief.

Since the lockdown began, Mzansi producer and Disc Jockey, Black Coffee has contributed so much to helping people who have been affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic. The world renowned DJ has hosted a weekly performance session titled “Home Brewed”. There, he raises funds for COVID-19 relief while also entertaining fans.

For weeks now he has raised a lot of money for various organisations including Corona Cares SA, SAveABusiness, #FeedingSATogether and KFC’s Add Hope. He recently took to Twitter to reveal that he has raised over R500k through the initiative. This is definitely a huge deal and we are so proud of him.

He also got a shout out from the World Health Organisation who hailed him for his contributions. “We are grateful to have you support the World Health Organisation (WHO) in the fight against Covid-19. We are all in this together.”

The Mzansi hit maker previously revealed that he has been spending the lockdown with his son. According to him, he’s been working on being a better father and spending more time with his children.

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