Orlando Pirates legend Edward Motale lent a helping hand to Aubrey Modiba and Grant Kekana to donate food hampers and face masks to the poor last week.
The PSL stars, through their foundations and in partnership with Phuti-Matt, assisted the vulnerable community of Ga-Mamabol Mentz in Polokwane in a coronavirus relief effort.
Check out some great pictures of the players delivering food in the gallery above
The SuperSport United pair and Buccaneers legend were joined by Polokwane Municipality representatives and handed out donations to 90 needy families.
Modiba and Kekana reportedly spent in the region of R20 000 from their own pockets to secure the food parcels.
"I'm happy to see people receiving these food parcels. Out of my hectic schedule of training at home I managed to come," said Modiba, who grew up in the area.
Defender Kekana added: "It’s a good initiative considering the fact that me and Aubrey have the same mindset of giving back due to this pandemic.
"We want to go back to the field of play but we respect the instructions from government to stay at home."
Mark Mayambela and Ayanda Patosi did a similar thing for the Khayelitsha township in Cape Town a few weeks ago.
Clubs such as Baroka and Stellenbosch have also been doing their bit in their respective communities to assist with coronavirus support and relief.
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