- Siphiwe Tshabalala and his wife decided to bless the less fortunate and spread some care
- The much-loved footballer and his wifey made up food parcels in their garage
- They then handed out the parcels to many people in need and inspired social media users
Siphiwe Tshabalala is giving back to South Africans during the lockdown. The footballer and his wife decided to do something good to help the less fortunate in the country.
Taking to his Instagram page, Tshabalala posted a couple of photos of his garage. The midfielder and his wife were busy getting food parcels ready, which they lined up in their garage.
He captioned the images:
"Today sibangena nge 1-4-2-3-1 formation @siphiwetshabalalafoundation @bokangmontjanefoundation"
Take a look at his post below:
South Africans were inspired by his contribution to the needy during the Covid-19 pandemic and they applauded the Bafana Bafana player online.
Social media user, dogoto_ali, commented:
"Well done Shabba, much love."
Another Instagram user, mash_kayz, added:
"God bless you guys."
Instagram page, lifechangingtouching, wrote:
"May God bless your good hearts and work of your hands. Kindness is everything and sharing is caring."
"Queen and King. Your have your hearts in the right places. May you continue to be blessed."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported footballer Khama Billiat and his daughter sent Mzansi a lovely lockdown message.
In a cute video clip, Billiat shared a lovely message to South Africans and encouraged them during this difficult period:
"Covid-19 is real. Lets save Africa, let's save ourselves, let's save our children... Let's stay at home, always wash our hands with soap and sanitise... If we all do this we can win this battle."
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