- Mmusi Maimane has made it clear that in his house they support one team and one team only
- The One South Africa movement leader posed for a snap with his wife donning team colours
- The politician says that, in his house, they are Amakhosi supporters for life
If you ever wondered what soccer team Mmusi Maimane roots for when the game is on, here's your answer.
Ahead of the match against the Pirates on Saturday, Maimane posed for a snap alongside his stunning wife.
The former Democratic Alliance leader captioned the post very simply saying that:
"As for me and my house. We stand in unity. #Amakhosi4Life."
A little later on, it became clear that the team wasn't doing too well, which prompted Maimane to call for divine intervention:
"Prayer for the team is needed."
Take a look at just a few responses to the post below:
@SIMBA58912083: "Come to Orlando Pirates..."
@simon_rocky: "Please don't do that, Chiefs will hurt you, ask me I know."
@Bongoemoosa: "After 17:00 there'll be broken men, in a broken country, wearing Orange jerseys with a broken heart."
@ntokozo_eff: "It'll end in tears papa."
@mageba_m: "I would have voted for DA if I knew you were a Khosi for life."
@EdwardthembaSa: "Keyword here is My House. The rest of the family don't have a choice they have to go with the owner of the house."
@SamuelL11139257: "Leaders are born, dictators are created but they mouth of the righteous are as sharp as a double-sided sword, may the good Lord bless you and your family, to continue speaking for the weak and the oppressed, I personally salute the human within you in times like this."
@ranleighcg: "LOL... Squire. I can live with torture you put your wife through to wear that T-Shirt... but. A bad father wears it in front of his kids. Haibo."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that esteemed sportscaster Robert Marawa recently took to his Twitter page to share a statement made by the PSL which reveals that they have approved the sale of the Venda club, Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila.
"The Executive Committee of the League today considered an application by Black Gold Trust to transfer the club, Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila to a corporation by the name of Protoscape 202 cc," reads the first half of the statement.
Earlier reports reveal that pharmaceutical businessman, Abram Sello is the one who had bought the troubled club for an estimated R40 million.
While he is yet to reveal what plans he has for the club, it has been reported that he will be moving them from Thohoyandou in Venda to Polokwane, Limpopo.
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