Her selfless deed alone sustains the Good Deeds Foundation, which offers aid to schoolchildren and other essential necessities for their education.
Khosi has been on the rise for a few days now, not just because she won the BBTitans reality TV competition, but also because her followers have taken notice of the kind deed she performs for young people.
Prayers have poured into the microblogging site Twitter alone, showing support for the humanitarian activity Khosi has started.
She is developing her journalism profession while also aiming to become a philanthropist. She was previously one of the most sought-after Africans on the continent and is now working to become even more well-known.
She has shown herself to be a genuinely kind person, choosing to work on worthwhile projects instead of pursuing power instead of trying to influence people’s opinions of Big Brother.