Kwesta is out there encouraging education by donating laptops to matriculants who achieved noteworthy results. Education is not always something that is prioritised or encouraged in the hip-hop scene, so it is important and refreshing to see someone like Kwesta doing something like this. learnt that Kwesta partnered up with the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality to help recognise and reward 2019 matriculates who did the most.
Kewsta played his part by donating 15 laptops which were given to worthy matriculates from various schools across Gauteng. The laptops were given out during the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality’s annual conference where matriculates who achieved outstanding results are honoured. Kwesta attended the event and got really involved. Big ups to this guy for doing what he did, it is truly inspiring!
Shout-Out to @KwestaDaKAR who has donated laptops to the City’s top 15 best performing #Matrics2019 learners from priority schools. His donations are through the #OneBusinessOneStudent programme. 👏👏👏#ExcellenceAwards #Matrics2019 pic.twitter.com/PfsNHk2tLV
— CITY OF EKURHULENI (@City_Ekurhuleni) January 29, 2020
In other news – Longwe Twala refuses state Lawyer
It appears that Sun City prison has become a second home for the son of veteran music producer Sello “Chicco” Twala, Longwe. This after Longwe appeared briefly before the Johannesburg Central Magistrates Court yesterday on a charge of shoplifting. The matter was postponed to next month because the 35-year-old didn’t have legal representation.
He declined an offer for a free lawyer from the state and told the court that he would arrange for his own lawyer. But his father told Daily Sun today that he would not help his son with getting a lawyer. Read more