Cassper Nyovest Good Deeds
Most people are not aware of this, but Cassper Nyovest has done plenty of good deeds in his life to help out others. You can view which kind acts Mufasa has done so far;
PLEASE NOTE: Cassper’s Good Deeds on this page are the ones that I know about, this simply means that there are so many other Good Deeds Cassper Nyovest has done that I may not know about.
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Donated R100,000 to rebuilding post Xenophobia
Following the April 2015 Xenophobic violence that took place in South Africa in which some South African citizens attacked immigrants who included Zimbabweans, Malawians, Zambians, Congolese, Somali entrepreneurs, Mozambicans, Ethiopians and Bangladeshians to mention but a few, Cassper Nyovest was scheduled to perform in Zimbabwe on 25th, April, 2015.
On 16th, April, 2015, Cassper announced via Instagram that “What’s happening here at home is mad disgusting but I am coming to Zimbabwe. I will not live in fear to be in the hands of my brothers. Actually I want to donate all my proceeds for my show in Zimbabwe next week to Xenophobia Survivors. I will come perform for free.”
He however got some backlash from a few Zimbabweans who didn’t want him to perform in their country, this didn’t scare Mufasa at all even though his show was postponed from 16th, April, 2015.
On 30th, April, 2015 Cassper Nyovest finally performed in Zambabwe and donated R100,000 through his company Family Tree to rebuilding post xenophobia.
Donated 50,000 Rands to Wits University students
15th, Feb, 2016, Cassper announced via Instagram that he had donated 50,000 Rands to Wits University students to help them with their Access campaign. They were trying to raise 10 million rand to pay school fees debt.
Pledges R100,000 towards a student’s fees
On 10th, December 2017, a student by the name of Kholofelo took to Twitter where she revealed through a tweet that she was fundraising for her fees by selling homemade ginger juice. The student had been asking for retweets from people to help spread awareness, “Morning guys, I’m selling concentrated Gemere (homemade ginger juice) for R50 to help my peers and I pay for our university fees. It’s part of our #R1PaysMyFees. Limpopo and Gauteng. Got them delivered last night. Please RT. Great for dashing too,” read the message.
It wasn’t long before Mufasa saw the student’s tweet that obviously left him touched, it was then that Cassper pledged to contribute R100,0000 to the student’s initiative by using some of his December, 2017 gig money.