Pastor Vusi Dlamini and the 4Pillars Solutions hosted a children’s Winter Party for the community of Meadowlands Zone 10 to honour Mandela Day and fulfill their 67 minutes of giving.
Dlamini, spearheaded the event and is a gospel artist who has been in the music industry for some time.
He is one of the main artists behind the rise of SA’s urban contemporary gospel music scene and decided to join forces with the 4Pillars organisation to give back to the community.
His music journey goes beyond his melodic voice, it is rather a journey of influence and purpose.
He is also very passionate about youth development and believes in impacting their lives in a positive way.
Dlamini is very passionate about orphans and loves giving back to the community.
He has been giving back to the Meadowlands Zone 10 community and has sponsored them on many occasions.
Dlamini further said, they have adopted the Meadowlands community.
“Always remain humble and God will take you higher,” said Dlamini.
Children and seniors in the community were given delicious soup and dumplings and as an added bonus were given gloves, scarves and beanies to help them fight off the winter cold.
“It has really been an honour and a blessing for us to be asked to be part of giving back to our nation’s future leaders,”said 4Pillars’ Kamlesh Pather.
Soweto Shining Stars dance the winter blues away at an event celebrating the spirit of utata.
Posted by Soweto Urban News on Saturday, 14 July 2018