Kaizer Chiefs star Khama Billiat and his daughter Kimberly took to social media to call for an end to the violence, denouncing gender based violence that is currently dominating headlines, speaking out against the shocking acts of violence perpetrated against women in South Africa.
The former Mamelodi Sundowns star who is fighting on all fronts through his foundation to change society for the better with his philanthropic acts where he has thus far donated sporting goods/kits, school shoes and sanitary wear to schools in Zimbabwe and South Africa made a short but special video for in line with 16 Days Of Activism Against Gender Based Violence.
The good thing about Billiat’s initiatives is that he is roping his 8-year old daughter to be part of the force for good in society so that she grows up with the right moral values and see how privileged she is to have a multi-millionaire dad against what the broader and general society is experiencing and accustomed to on a daily basis.
Its an act of catching them young premised on human values of ubuntu.
There are increasing and shocking incidences of violence targeting women and children in South Africa where everyday there are gory scenes and tales to be shared hence Billiat decided to create and share his own messages through a video, pleading for respect to every human being whom God created for a special reason.
You can watch the video below, posted on Billiat’s personal Twitter account and also featuring his daughter Kimberly.
By Gerald Dandah