- Bafana Bafana players have all gathered at the Moses Mabhida stadium for the tombstone unveiling of Senzo Meyiwa
- The official Bafana Bafana Twitter page shared pictures of the footballers with their heads bowed at the sad event
- Meanwhile, soccer fans shared their thoughts and condolences in the comment section of the post
The official Bafana Bafana Twitter page recently took to the app to share pictures of the footballers who were all in attendance of the late Senzo Meyiwa's tombstone unveiling which took place at the Moses Mabhida stadium, this Tuesday morning.
"Bafana Bafana players arriving at Moses Mabhida Stadium for the tombstone unveiling of former Bafana captain Senzo Meyiwa on Tuesday," they captioned the Twitter post.
They also shared pictures of the football players who were all dressed up in their Bafana Bafana tracksuits while wearing masks and looks of sadness on their faces while the touching ceremony took place.
Meanwhile, Twitterzens shared their thoughts, some of which you can read below.
"Tombstones without justice is pointless why not just concentrate on qualifications and stop unjust useless PRs?"
"Danny Jordan promised to build an Academy in KZN and name it after #Meyiwa..it's been years now nothing has been doneFace with rolling eyesbt whenever it's October you come here with dis nonsense @SAFA_net really needs to disbanded."
"There's no respect you give him while most of the player's and management are on their phone.Niyaphoxa period."
In other Senzo Meyiwa Briefly.co.za news, Singer Kelly Khumalo has finally broken her silence after the latest developments in her late boyfriend Senzo Meyiwa's murder case. The case has been ongoing since his death in 2014. Former EFF treasurer-general Magdalene Moonsamy gave a statement that expressed her law firm will be representing Kelly Khumalo in the matter from here on out.
The statement also added that Kelly has not been implicated or charged in the matter, therefore she is not a suspect in the case.
This is contrary to the belief that she could be a suspect since leaked cellphone records from the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) showed that she had been in contact with one of the five suspects in the case.
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