Cape Town based Generation X kwaito trio gives back to the needy. Nyanga East location in Cape Town is known for crime but Generation X is willing to turn it around. The trio consists of three members. Prince William, Lwazi Thami and Thulani Sombo all from Nyanga East. On the night of 3 October Linda Dyaluvane’s matric ball became a dream come through. The trio managed to raise fund and organized her desired matric ball. They organized a matric dress, Limo ride and goodies for the after party. “It took us three months to get everything together and we are happy to put a smile on her.” says William. 18 year old Linda stays with her aunt and 13 siblings in a one room Barcelona informal settlement, she looks after all of them. This touched Generation X hearts and they took it upon themselves to help her. Two months back the Kwaito trio started Generation X Foundation, which is all about giving and touching lives. “ This is not the end of helping hand, we would like to open up a fund that will help her to get a home so she can share with her siblings. “ adds Thami. The trio took time and even organized grocery items for the family. “It felt so good, I was so happy when they came up with everything. I am now ready to write and pass my matric. I am so great full for Generation X,” says tearful Linda. Generation X is derived from the power of X post-apartheid and the group is about bringing change. The kwaito trio is now seeking support from companies and individuals on their Build a home project.