This week saw chaos erupt in some parts of the country after looting sprees at malls and shops began shortly after the arrest of former president Jacob Zuma. While business owners are reeling from the losses and ordinary citizens are now struggling to access necessities such as food and medicine, some celebrities have been involved in cleaning up the mess left behind by the looting sprees.
Here are 4 celebrities who took part in cleaning up campaigns:
On Thursday, the actress took to Chris Hani Shopping Centre in Katlehong to help community members clean up the aftermath of the looting.
In the caption of her post, she revealed that she was working alongside members of the community, the local taxi association as well as the local business forums.
After calling out South African celebrities for not speaking out against the state of the country, Uyajola 9/9 presenter, Jub Jub, took to Protea Mall in Soweto to help clean up.
“Nobody is coming to save us!!! Be the change you want to see,” he wrote.
TV personality, Moshe Ndiki, also took to Alexandra to help clean up.
“Doing my bit. Now off to Alex! Kancinci kancinci kuzolunga (everything will get better gradually),” he wrote.
House DJ, Prince Kaybee was at the Mayfield Square Mall and Daveyton Mall to do his bit.