- Kaizer Chiefs netminder Itumeleng Khune continues to set the bar high for other Mzansi dads as he took to social media to share the latest cute snap in his cache
- Taking to his official Instagram account, the shot-stopper posted the adorable pic with a moving quote by American evangelical Christian author, James Dobson
- The post went down well with Mzansi social media users as it attracted close 5 700 likes and nearly 40 comments
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Kaizer Chiefs netminder Itumeleng Khune continues to set the bar high for other Mzansi dads as he took to social media to share the latest cute snap in his cache.
Khune is pictured mounting a modified bicycle complete with a basket for his adorable bundle of joy to sit.
The quote reads:
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"A good father will leave his imprint on his daughter for the rest of her life.”
The post went down well with Mzansi social media users as it attracted close 5 700 likes and nearly 40 comments.
Briefly News was here for, perusing the comments to bring readers the best in the reactions.
"Real men doing this."
"Ayyy nina, soon Sedi will be joining."
"Because daughters belong to daddies. Keep on loving them, tata K. God bless."
"We want you back, captain."
"Spend time with those you love. One of these days, you will say 'I wish I had', or 'I'm glad I did'."
"Great content @itukhune32. We need a lot of this."
Dedicated father shares sweet pic caring for his child, Mzansi inspired
In other heart-melting news, Briefly News previously reported that another proud father has inspired many people on social media after sharing a photo caring for his child.
The beautiful picture surfaced on social media carrying a brilliant caption. The Twitter account holder, @SimBaqwa, says there is nothing difficult wrong with a dad taking care of his kids.
The post is going viral and many are seriously impressed. Briefly News takes a look at the comments section.