Gondwe searching for lost son in Soweto

Premiership

Former Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Chancy Gondwe is considering writing to popular SABC 1 programme Khumbul'ekhaya to help find his lost son in South Africa.

Gondwe last saw his son more than 20 years ago while he was still playing football for Wits University in the PSL.

The former Brazilians midfielder is now back home in Malawi, where he is practising as a pastor.

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Gondwe believes his son is around Pimville and is pleading with anyone, including his former football teammates, to help trace him around Soweto.

"I last saw my last-born child when he was maybe about five years towards the end of my time at Wits University," Gondwe tells Lovemore Moyo in the latest KICK OFF Magazine.

"I would really want to meet him again, even if it takes the television station helping me to find him."

Read our full interview with Gondwe in the July digital edition of Soccer At Its Best as he shares his stories of how alcohol and women crippled his soccer career.

See images from Gondwe's PSL career with Wits and Sundowns below

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