PICS! Yeye Letsholonyane Foundation Giving Food Parcels In Soweto

PICS! Yeye Letsholonyane Foundation Giving Food Parcels In Soweto.

Where there was Reneilwe Letsholonyane, there was always peace on the field when he was still playing. He was that kind of a player that would be hardly found in a quarrel.

A long time ago before he hung up his boots, Letsholonyane established ‘Yeye Letsholonyane Foundation’. He helps not only upcoming footballers but also the in-need people in society.

On Wednesday, his foundation partnered with World Sports Betting to give away some food parcels in Soweto. “One of the 2 wishes that the chairman had in celebrating 40th birthday was made possible yesterday through his partnership with @world_sports_betting,” Yeye Foundation wrote on its Instagram account.

“We got to share something to eat with White City Jabavu (Through the Methodist Church) where he was born and attended church there, and also in Meadowlands Zone 3 Methodist where he is a member of YMG.

“All made possible by His spiritual Father’s/Mother’s and the leadership from both churches. My brother’s/Family through their Foundations.  WE THANK YOU. Luke 10:25-27.”

His sponsor World Sports Betting that was represented by its ambassador Phumudzo Manenzhe also took to Instagram to show how they supported Letsholonyane who’s also their ambassador. 

“World Sports Betting is proud to support our ambassador Yeye and his foundation and was on hand to hand over food parcels at the Methodist Church Meadowlands. With a helping hand from fellow WSB ambassador Phumudzo and special guest Siphiwe Tshabalala.”


Tshabalala and Yeye are always supporting each other when it comes to keeping their foundations active. Their friendship goes way back to when they were still playing together at Kaizer Chiefs and Bafana Bafana. They were partners in crime in the games and still are in empowering people.

When Tshabalala went to Durban to help out the KwaZulu-Natal floods victims, Letsholonyane was also on his right-hand side.

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