South African Afro-soul singer, Zonke Dikana is being hailed for showing some kindness towards a student who was in R30,000 debt.
The student identified as Bubu Sithole, took to Twitter to share her ordeal after she was unable to register because she owed R29,000 in unpaid fees.
In her tweet, she stated she had been rejected by NSFAS twice, and this was after she even provided proof that her mother had died and her father was living with a disability.
Her tweet reads;
“I’m currently packing my bags and going back home because I have outstanding fees and can’t register. I owe R29k and they want R17k for me to register provisionally. I was rejected by NSFAS twice in a row, even after I sent them my mother’s death certificate and my dad’s disability papers.”
The celebrity replied:
Have you left yet? Please let me help you stay in school