Monday , January 18 2021

AKA gives students R100k, 500 burgers

"I just want to say thank you for coming out. We don't take too long. I just want to let you know we're thinking about you," he said. "The reason we do what we're doing today is not to look like a hero, it's because we want people like me to do the same."

He said he and other artists "needed [you] guys you are there for us, we want you to know we are here for you too ".

"No institution or political party will get all the answers, all we can try to do is help each other," said AKA.

"Let's get some food. We're in solidarity with the students, we feel your pain."

Some of the star-studded students chased him, but were denied access to the building with security.

SRC fundraising officer Solomzi Moleketi said the collaboration with AKA has been at work for a week and started on social media.

"Yes, there is advertising involved, but at the same time we are trying to bring the right kind of attention to the campus," Moleketi said.

"Because many times we are told that we are people who enjoy striking.

"We want to show that there are a number of means and processes that we go through to combat the everyday challenges."

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