Mzansi Celebs

Sello Maake Ka-Ncube aims to fight Gender-based violence through Mzansi Act Now

Veteran film and theatre actor Sello Maake Ka-Ncube has joined thousands of South Africans in the fight against the rising scourge of gender-based violence.  Mzansi Act Now” is a collective of South African men who feel compelled to take concerted action to put an end to the violence perpetrated against thousands of South African women.

Sello Maake Ka-Ncube

When asked how the programme aims to tackle gender-based violence in the country, the former “Generations” actor replied: “By raising our voices of dissent towards GBV we hope that this will prick the conscience of men.”

The organisation is hosting a virtual benefit concert titled “Act Now Telethon” on Saturday, October 23. This is an annual programme to create awareness and help raise funds to help victims of GBV.

Sello Maake Ka-Ncube


The event, which will connect South Africa with the world, is a 12-hour awareness dialogue, music concert and fundraising platform.

“Act Now” will be opening a dialogue on issues relating to GBV, and an invitation to the government and the corporate sector to heed the call to help end the violence. Act Now” will use social Influencers, sportsmen, artists and actors with a strong social media following to share key messages about GBV before, during and after the telethon.

In other news – Kwesta is angry with BMW SA for stealing from him

SA rapper, Kwesta calls out the popular car brand, BMW SA for stealing from him. The car brand dropped a new video advert and it purely looked like Kwesta’s work.


The rapper claims they sampled his Spirit music video. Kwesta also sampled another artist song for the Spirit song, but claimed he did the needful before he we copy the artist’s song, so, BMW should do the needful. Learn more


Back to top button