Menzi Ngubane is one of Mzansi’s most celebrated actors best known for his role as Sibusiso Dlomo on Generations, and as he’s made a huge impact with his contribution in the acting space, he is also making great efforts to leave a great impact in the community as well.
Birthdays are one of the most special days in a lot of people’s lives and it’s usually a day that many choose to spend with those that are closest to them celebrating their life and achievements.
When it comes to celebrity birthday celebrations, we’ve seen the biggest and most glamorous star-studded birthday soirees that look like there was no penny to spare, however, there have been other ZAlebs like, Lorna Maseko that have decided to put the spotlight on others for their special day, and Menzi has done the same.
In celebration of his 53rd birthday, Menzi Ngubane decided to share his special moment with the less fortunate, taking to a children’s home Ethembeni Home in Doornfontein of Johannesburg, the actor and his team purchased many scrumptious cakes, snacks and drinks for the kids to enjoy.
“Usually, I celebrate my Birthday with my Family or with Friends but yesterday, I wanted to Celebrate it differently. So, I bought different Cakes, Snacks, Sweets, Juices, Yoghurts and Cold drinks and I went to Ethembeni Home in Doorfontein. This is a Home for abandoned children. I went there and Celebrated my day with them…. We had fun nabo “Muntuza” (young kids),” he wrote in an Instagram post.
According to the pictures Ngubane has shared, the actor seems to have had a lot of fun with the kids as he enjoyed spending his time with both the newly borns and the toddlers at the children’s home.
“SPECIAL MOMENTS ARE SHARED… ANGITI [right?] SHARING IS CARING. I celebrated and shared my birthday with kids at Ethembeni Home in Doornfontein in Johannesburg. What a beautiful day is it…none of them is a mistake. I don’t know and understand why they got abandoned but what I know for sure is it wasn’t their fault, there’s nothing wrong with them. They’re lovely, adorable, they’re so special and their future is bright.” he added.