See How SA Football Players Celebrated Father’s Day

See How SA Football Players Celebrated Father’s Day. Yesterday, Father’s Day was celebrated and it was just a day of honouring fatherhood and paternal bonds, as well as the influence of fathers in society. Here we take a look at how South African football players celebrated their special day.

Siphiwe Tshabalala, wife, and kids out in the wildlife

Tshabalala who’s widely known for the famous goal he scored during the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa was out with his family to spend some time with animals. ‘Shabba’ and his wife Bokang Montjane share two kids, check them out below!

Linda Mntambo takes his wife and son to Gold Reef City

Linda Mntambo who seems so happy in his marriage with Thando Mntambo, took his little family to Gold Reef City to enjoy Father’s Day. They appear to be playing games with his son and he later posted a message defining being a father.

“Having kids doesn’t make you a father. Raising them does. Happy Father’s Day to all Dads who are present in their kids’ lives,” he wrote.

Teko Modise and his partner eating out

Teko Modise’s wife whom she married in 2018 posted a picture on Instagram wishing the father of her baby a ‘Happy Father’s Day. In some pictures, they seem to be eating out in the restaurant as the day went on.

Itumeleng Khune’s wife shows us her dad and wishes Khune a ‘Happy Father’s Day’

We have finally gotten to see the father of Siphesihle Makhunga (Itumeleng Khune’s wife). She posted it on Instagram and wrote a message, “HAPPY FATHER’S DAY TO MY FIRST LOVE”. She also went on to wish the father of her two kids Khune a wonderful Father’s Day.

Erick Mathoho visits dad’s grave in cemeteries

Erick Mathoho’s father passed away last year in January and to celebrate ‘Father’s Day’ yesterday, ‘Tower’ went to clean his tombstone along with his family.

Lehlohonolo Majoro posts a video with his kids

Wishing ‘super heroes’ a ‘Happy Father’s Day’ out there, Majoro took some time to show us on Instagram how grown up are his children.

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