Shimza has showcased how his foundation is giving back to his community in Tembisa, following the recent unrest, which affirmed his intentions to build the local township economy.
Shimza took to Twitter on Thursday, 22 July 2021, to share the efforts taken by him and his Shimuzic Foundation, in an effort to rebuild the local township economy in Tembisa. The post comes after the Lockdown House Party co-creator had already shared, on Wednesday, 21 July 2021, how he helped a local businessman rebuild his business after it was looted during the unrest last week.
In his caption to the post, Shimza explained, “Local businesses who contribute to the township economy are hit hard by the recent unrest, as the Shimuzic Foundation we [are] doing what we can to help rebuild affected businesses. Our brother from Street Fame was badly affected, through Hollywood Bets [and] my community we [were] able to help.”
The posts serve to reinforce that Shimza is always cognizant of his humble roots, as the narrative was called into question last month. This is as Shimza was accused of such by controversial Twitter personality, Nhlamulo “Nota” Baloyi, who suggested that he was unfairly benefitting from tenders due to his suspected relationship with Head of Digital Communications in the Presidency, Athi Geleba.
See the posts below.
Local businesses who contribute to the township economy are hit hard by the recent unrest, as @SHIMUZIC_Pro Foundation we doing what we can to help rebuild affected businesses. Our brother from Street Fame was badly affected, through @Hollywoodbets My community we able to help🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/34EKwsPB67
— SHIMZA (@Shimza01) July 21, 2021
— SHIMZA (@Shimza01) July 22, 2021