Why Soweto's Nhlanhla Tshabalala wants to make giving fashionable

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Nhlanhla Tshabalala's foundation tackles issues including HIV/Aids, sexual education, GBV, life skills, drug awareness and food insecurities.
Nhlanhla Tshabalala's foundation tackles issues including HIV/Aids, sexual education, GBV, life skills, drug awareness and food insecurities.
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His vision is for everyone to get an education and for the streets to be safe and alcohol- and drug-free.

Soweto-born philanthropist, Nhlanhla Tshabalala (32) is far from being a silver-spoon millionaire do-gooder. He's just an ordinary man who has dedicated his life to changing the lives of others.

He believes you don’t have to be a billionaire businessman, politician, or to be born into wealth to be a giver  you can share the little you have and make a difference.

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