DJ Maphorisa Returns to Hometown Primary School, Donates Shoes to Pupils

Pupils at Dithabaneng Primary School in Soshanguve, Pretoria were in for a treat when hitmaker DJ Maphorisa, also known as Sunnyboy Themba Sekowe, visited the school to donate shoes.

Maphorisa, who was born in Soshanguve and received his early education at the school, has risen to become one of the biggest producers in South Africa and is renowned on the continent.

Maphorisa, who has co-produced global hits such as “One Dance” by Drake and “Particula” by Major Lazer, took the opportunity to revisit his roots and reminisce about his early days at the school. His visit caused a stir among the pupils, who were eager to meet their “old boy”.

The pupils were overjoyed at the visit and the donation of shoes, which will help many of them in their daily lives. The generosity of DJ Maphorisa has not gone unnoticed and has inspired many of the pupils to strive for greatness, just as he did.

Maphorisa’s visit to Dithabaneng Primary School serves as a reminder of the importance of giving back to one’s community and the positive impact that can be made. His success story and philanthropy will undoubtedly inspire many young people in Soshanguve and beyond.

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DJ Maphorisa’s visit to his old primary school in Soshanguve was a heartwarming event that left a lasting impact on the pupils. His donation of shoes and his success story serve as an inspiration to young people in the community and a reminder of the importance of giving back.

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