Luvhani and his colleague, Adv Sivhaga Netshitomboni of Ngululu Holdings Limited, a trucking, IT and telecommunications company based in Gauteng, personally handed over the furniture to the pupils last Thursday.

The donation came about after Dengenya’s principal, Mr Tshililo Alidzulwi, requested Luvhani to assist the pupils.

“I know how to walk to school without shoes and uniform. I also know how to attend classes during trying weather, but none of these stumbling blocks distracted me from reaching my life goals.”

He added that he did his degrees part-time, because he could not afford to go to university immediately after Grade 12, but he did not give up. He urged the pupils to focus on their studies and not to engage in sex, as it might impede their chances of making it in life.
“We are humbled by what Luvhani did and we just pray that other businesspeople will learn from him and start giving,” Alidzulwi said