While the country's lockdown has robbed the football fraternity of time to enjoy the game they love, Musa Bilankulu has found time to spend with the love of his life after getting married recently.
The Golden Arrows midfielder made the biggest decision of his life to settle down with his sweetheart after tying the knot with Nosipho Majola at a plush wedding held in Johannesburg recently.
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With PSL games suspended until April 16 due to the coronavirus, Bilankulu has found more time to spend with his family at home in Durban.
"We decided to have our honeymoon here in South Africa because we couldn't go outside the country due to the outbreak of the coronavirus," Bilankulu tells KickOff.com.
"We have been together for a long time but it's different now because she is my official wife and no longer just a girlfriend.
"Yeah the lockdown has also helped because I find more time to spend with my family, my lovely wife and my two beautiful daughters. I find it very exciting to be around the girls in the house even though my wife now complains that the girls are getting all the love," he adds jokingly.
The long-serving Abafana Bes'thende player remains proud of the decision he made to settle down and start building a family.
"I found a beautiful wife. It was time to start building a family. I am not getting young but old. I needed to settle down. I am happy to settle down with the woman I love so much," he says.
The former Bidvest Wits midfielder has offered advice to other players who want to settle down with their partners.
"My wife didn't like soccer players when we met. She didn't know I was a soccer player. It's important to find a soulmate, a person that completes you," he says.
"You must also make her understand the job you are doing because as soccer players we come across many women. But it's important to choose a woman not after fame and money.
"It is important to find a soulmate because not everyone you meet is a soulmate."