DRUM Magazine reports that businessman, Malcom X, is known for always giving a helping hand to the needy.

If he is not giving away expensive sneakers, and settling people’s student loans, he is giving people hard cash because he believes that the lack of money is the root of evil.

After the burning down of the Cape Town Parliament, he heard the speaker of parliament Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula speak about the fire and that they are still waiting on the police report to know more information about the damages done by the fire.

Malcolm X tells DRUM that he doesn’t know what is happening, who is involved, if the incident is political or not or whether democracy is being attacked by people who are against the government and state.


Malcolm said when he heard the speaker of parliament speak on Monday urging South Africans to come together to find the solution to this by helping the government to trace perpetrators or perpetrators, he heeded the call.

He says he wants to help out because he is what he is because of this current government.

He offered R1 million reward for the arrest and conviction as he said people do get arrested every day but end up being free due to lack of evidence.

He says a person with information should give him a call and should be willing to work together with the police to ensure that they are putting the right person in jail.