Shalulile, Mokwena & Co's selfless act


Rulani Mokwena accompanied by a number of Mamelodi Sundowns stars made a charitable gesture on Mandela day. Take a look!  

What Happened?

Kennedy Mweene, Peter Shalulile, Ramahlwe Mphahlele, Aubrey Modiba and Denis Onyango were all in attendance as part of an event to inspire football next generation of footballers in Daveyton.  

Scroll through the gallery above to see some of the pictures from the occasion

Inspiring the next generation

Miss Mamelodi Sundowns Gauteng Tebogo Mphahlele appeared to organise an event for the people from her community. The occasion was called 67 minutes with my football role model in celebration of Mandela day.  

This meant that all the footballers and head coaches answered questions that the crowd of young people had for them and shared some of the challenges they had in their football journey while revealing the best way to overcome them.  

This was a really refreshing gesture as footballers rarely go out of their way to give back to the community.  

There were also lots of eats for the children including McDonald's meals which topped off a really inspiring day for anyone in the crowd who aspires to be a footballer.  

Modiba and Rama even ended up joining the youngsters when they were showing off their dance moves.  

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Tebogo Mphahlele, the organiser of the event elaborated on why she chose to hold the event.  

“My aim was to bring young footballers from my township Daveyton into one room with their football role models.  

“In the 67 minutes, mentorship sessions took place and inspiring talks from their role models took place."

Did you know?

Shalulile has always had a knack for scoring goals and even won the 2017/2018 National First Division Golden Boot. 

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