Back of South Africa Won't Be Ignored on Matt Damon's Watch Yesterday, Matt Damon visited Musina, a South African border town where Zimbabwe refugees have fled, in order to continue his work on behalf of Not on Our Watch. A dyed blond Matt is in South Africa filming a movie with Morgan Freeman about Nelson Mandela called The Human Factor. Matt spoke to victims of border atrocities, including many women, and he said the Musina situation is "untenable," that he was "shocked and saddened," and "action has to be taken." Matt started the Not on Our Watch organization with Brad Pitt and George Clooney, as they all continue to use their celebrity to raise awareness for various humanitarian efforts around the world. View 3 Photos › Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Source Comments nguidjol 8 years Don Cheadle also founded this organisation. Thank you Why the media never mention Don Cheadle? bonchicbongenre 8 years Just another reason why I love Matt Damon! I wish the media would focus on more celebrity stories like this, not so and so's weight gains. spicyaroma 8 years Awww, I :love: Matt Damon, he has such a good heart! miss-malone 8 years That's really cool that he's doing this :) dbanner 8 years Don Cheadle also founded this organisation. Banzai 8 years Aaw Mat is such a cutie with a BIG heart I just adore him! :) ilanac13 8 years that kind of blond hair is interesting on him. in any event, i love that he's so involved in the cause and i can't wait to hear more about the documentary that he's working on.