- Siya Kolisi visited the place where he grew up and he blessed the community
- The Springbok captain and his foundation handed out food parcels to the less fortunate
- He revealed the people he blessed were the same ones who helped feed him as a young boy
Siya Kolisi and his foundation have been doing the most to help lighten the burden on South Africans during these difficult times.
The rugby hero recently visited the place where he grew up and he donate food to the community who played a part in his upbringing.
In a heart-warming post, Kolisi revealed the same community members he blessed were the ones who helped feed him as a young boy.
The Springbok captain shared a touching message and several photos of his visit on his Instagram account.
Parts of his post read:
"As a young boy some days we didn’t have food at home. And I would go from house to house with a empty cup asking for maize meal, beans, anything that would feed my family and I for the night.
"Yesterday, I was reminded of these stories from the same ladies that would fill my cup all those years ago, while delivering food that will fill their families for a month."
Take a look at his post below:
The post touched the hearts of South Africans, including some famous names.
Maps Maponyane commented:
"What a journey my brother!"
Jordan Taufua added:
"Love your work brother."
Elma Smit wrote:
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported Kolisi was lauded by the Eastern Cape Department of Health for his incredible donation.
The Springbok captain was credited with donating 1 000 masks, 2 000 litres of sanitiser, 500 facial visors and 500ml of hand sanitiser.
The donation will assist Livingstone Hospital in the battle to curb Covid-19.
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