Although it's for a good cause, the 21-day national lockdown has not only denied ordinary South Africans freedom of movement and lifestyle, it has also kept popular personalities at home.
On Monday we asked Orlando Pirates midfielder what he plans to do once the lockdown is over and he had some very interesting answers.
Today KickOff.com asks living legend Reneilwe 'Yeye' Letsholonyane – who is getting creative at home with his family to keep fit and active – what the first thing is he will do once the lockdown is over.
"First thing? I think I will go to see my mother in Soweto," the Highlands Park midfielder says.
"I last saw her before the lockdown, but we do speak on the phone though. Obviously by visiting my mother I will also be able to see my sisters and brothers. So basically it's just my family."
The former Kaizer Chiefs and Bafana Bafana star says even though it's been difficult to spend so many days without seeing his mom, he understands it needs to be done.
"Ja it's the first time [having had to spend such a long time apart]. It's not like I have a choice you see, it has to be done. I'm used to seeing her now and then," he explains.
"I think it's something I've gotten used to now going home now and then. I just enjoy chilling with my mother and my siblings and chatting."
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