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Halle Berry took a break from filming in South Africa recently to visit a charity project for underprivileged children.

Although busy filming her new thriller, Dark Tide, the actress took time out to visit the Indlovu Project in the township of Khayelitsha. The project, an initiative of the Shaster Foundation, has seen a squatter community transformed into an eco-village.

“I’m so impressed with all the work that’s being done here. It makes my heart feel good,” said Halle. “There’s sadness too that I feel, but I’m also inspired because I see that people care, and I think that’s what makes a difference in the world – that people really care and show up.”

Find out more about the Indlovu Project here.

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