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Black Coffee raises R76K for SA COVID-19 on streaming session


Black Coffee has decided to start online streaming session concert to help raising solidarity fund on combating deadly pandemic, COVID-19.

Black Coffee did his best by using streaming session and raise R76,000 in one day. Thanks to his fan.

“(I’m) blown away by all of the love and generosity following yesterday’s stream. For Home Brewed 001, we were able to raise over 76,000 ZAR towards the solidarity fund. Thank you!”

He already has another concert planned in coming Easter weekend to raise more fund.

“I’ll be streaming again next Saturday to continue raising money for the cause. We’re still accepting donations” he said on his Instagram.

After the president addressed Covid-19 a national disaster on March 15, he announced measures that would help combating the spread of it and its economic impact, one of which was the solidarity fund.

“We have set up a solidarity fund, which South African businesses, organisations and individuals, and members of the international community, can contribute to. The fund will focus efforts to combat the spread of the virus, help us to track the spread, care for those who are ill and support those whose lives are disrupted,” Ramaphosa said.


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