Clement Maosa have donated transport for struggling school kids

Clement Maosa have donated transport for struggling school kids

Skeem Saam actor and singer Clement Maosa have donated transport for struggling school kids. He recently celebrated his birthday. He said to celebrate his big day , he donated 50 bicycles for the varsity children.

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Clement said he’s helping kids who walk kilometers to high school a day .
“There still learners who walk kilometers to high school daily just to urge an education, so as I celebrate my birthday with @erp.redux we donating 50 bicycles today…..and that’s how I started my morning. We shall continue making a difference. i’m grateful,” he wrote on Instagram.

The actor is indeed inspiring change. He recently revealed that he wants to guard the rights of the artist. He said he wants to open a firm where artists can get help.

“Soon once I get my admission as an Advocate, i would like to major in entertainment law and represent artists and their rights, particularly musicians…entertainers play an important role in our society but they’re often neglected, exploited, and not valued.”

During his recent interview with Massive Metro, Clement said many artists are ripped off.
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“I came to Joburg and began attending auditions and that i realized that my LLB degree helps me tons especially once I need to negotiate contracts, i’m very conversant in law and glosses and also to assist others, you’ll be shocked that there are tons of”  numerous artists who are being ripped off and that they are like “dude you don’t understand that this is often a booklet of numerous rules and regulations” and whatever so it’s helping me a lot and eventually i would like to open a firm.”

Clement also spoke about how he ended up studying Law.
“Growing up, once they realize that you simply are smart, they tell you you gonna be a lawyer or a doctor because those were the foremost common professions…and I ended up getting to study law because once I was in matric I told My parents that I wanted to be an actor and go study media at Wits or the University of Cape Town and study film and production and that they said to me no you’re getting to be a Lawyer or a Doctor, otherwise we aren’t getting to buy your fees.”

 

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Another celebrity who saw the necessity to lend a hand is actress and television present Ntombi Mzolo. The Moja Love presenter donated a solar-powered computer lab with a totally installed 3Kw system to Thalabodiba lyceum within the Free State.
She told Daily Sun that she wants learners to access information with none interruption of