Becky Casting Agency to launch a humanitarian foundation

South Africa based Becky Casting Agency has announced that it has launched the Becky Foundation meant to assist the less privileged members of society in aspects that include improving their social lives serving South Africa and Zimbabwe.

By Plot Mhako

Bekezela “Becky” Dube the brains behind the foundation who is also the founder and CEO of Becky Casting Agency started off from very humble beginnings as a hairdresser, rising to become one of the leading agencies on the continent. Through her casting agency, she serves as a middleman for production companies by finding the talent they need for various roles.

The agency specialises in different niches such as theatre performers, commercial actors, films and television show actors or extras.

Some of the productions the agency has worked with.

Becky Foundation aims at achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which are recognised globally and are regarded as essential to the future sustainability of our world.

The official launch for Becky Foundation has been slated for Matobo district in Matabeleland South province of Zimbabwe on the 21st of August 2021 at an event where where the foundation will donate food hampers to the elderly and vulnerable girls who are also set to receive sanitary pads, a challenge which has seen many drop out of school.

Becky Foundation’s programming seeks to aid in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) 1-3 which are namely, (1) No Poverty, (2) Zero Hunger, (3) Good Health and Well-being.

Bekezela “Becky” Dube says she has worked so hard to be where she is and she thanks God for such a milestone achievement and that is why she has come up with an initiative where she would like to give back to the community starting with her rural community in Matobo and hopes to make this initiative an annual event were she will be going around different rural communities around Zimbabwe and South Africa giving to the less privileged. 

The launch event will be held in the spirit of promoting indigenous traditional culture with a strict dress code of traditional wear and will have different traditional dance groups as part of the entertainment.

Becky Foundation remains  hopeful that the Covid-19 measures put in place by the Government of Zimbabwe will have eased in order for the event to be successfully held.

Mthabisi Tshuma
Becky Casting Agency public relations manager

The event hopes to draw some Zimbabwean celebrities from all parts of the country as well as local traditional leaders gracing the event. 

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