- Mamelodi Sundowns player Tiyani Mabunda surprised Gauteng MEC for Education Panyaza Lesufi with a lovely gift
- Mabunda heaped praise on Lesufi and thanked him for his support throughout his career
- The beautiful interaction was shared via social media and started trending
President Cyril Ramaphosa only recently announced the relaxation of some of the lockdown measures, but South Africans are already socialising more than before.
It is encouraging to see that safety protocols are still being adhered to, such as social distancing and wearing masks.
One such visit took place when Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Tiyani Mabunda surprised Gauteng MEC for Education Panyaza Lesufi with a lovely gift.
Mabunda handed Lesufi one of his signed jerseys, which was beautifully framed as well.
Following the handover, Mabunda shared pics of the moment via Twitter and showered Lesufi with praise.
The tweet can be viewed below:
Briefly.co.za noted some of the reactions to the kind gesture.
Ntsakzin (@Ntsakzin) said,
"Thank you @Tiyani_Shuga13 for recruiting this man to the Sundowns family."
Techno PF (@kolobe_techno) responded,
"I hope he was not send by his boss to recruit you chairman!!! The colour remains maroon."
Moscow moss (@demoress) shared an interesting perspective:
"As much as I appreciate what Mabunda is doing..What's the difference between what Stella Ndabeni did and what u are doing during lockdown..Did he have a permit?"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Lesufi has had to clear the air after it emerged that Bidvest was cleaning schools amid the Covid-19 crisis.
One person had questioned why the massive company was used and not smaller black-owned businesses.
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