Earlier in the year Jnr launched a golf day that’ll take place every year in different provinces/states now he has launched an event that’ll take place in June and it looks rather exciting .
He is planning to take over where his father left off. The elite African superstar Rob Mally wants to take over where his father left off .
Robbie Malinga Jr launched The Boy Child initiative in honour of his late father in 2017 , He says before his dad’s passing, he was actively involved in helping people from his place of birth, Soweto, through donations of essentials such as items of clothing and money .
The campaign is focused on the boy child, and it is not sexist, according to Robbie Jr, because he feels that there are many campaigns for girls in society.
Rob Mally just gifted himself a multi million massive penthouse in sandton for his 21ST .
He’s into investments because he certainly knows the value of money . He’s one of the most elite in Africa we certainly should wish him a lovely happy birthday.
He is planning to take over where his father left off.
The Baby Please and Mthande crooner had a philanthropic heart, and now his son plans to also do his bit for the betterment of others in an initiative that will tackle mental health issues.
Robbie Malinga Jr launched The Boy Child initiative in honour of his late father in 2017 and has invited boys to join him for lunch this Sunday, 27 February, in order to understand the challenges they face daily in their lives.
“When it comes to the initiative, the link is to my father. He used to be within this initiative before his passing, I used to do a lot of of charity work with him. We would help the community a lot prior to his death, so, when the occasion of his sudden death happens, I believed that helping people cannot stop just because of my father’s absence. So, I decided to do it in my own wing and as there is a legacy now, as our company start running and filled with enthusiasm to help people, I thought that why don’t I just run will all the programs that he was doing before he passed on,” he says.
“My dad was a very reserved person, so it had no media and all, he would just do it and leave it there. No one would actually know about it. Now we are making it a bigger thing so that everybody can grasp and understand what we are doing for these boy children,” he says.
Robbie Jr tells Drum that his dad knew about the initiative, and he was aware of the community work that they have done because he was part of it. “He was a people’s person,” he adds.