Many footballers often get involved in philanthropic work, using their free time to give back to the community. This was certainly the case with Mamelodi Sundowns star Motjeka Madisha, who made the most of SA's Youth Day. Check it out!
During the nationwide lockdown, a number of PSL stars, such as Clayton Daniels and Tiyani Mabunda, took the time to help the less fortunate by extending basic food packages to people in various townships.
That being said, Downs defender Madisha, along with Koketso Majadibodu and Sphelele Mkhulise, was seen distributing food parcels to those in need on Tuesday.
Madisha took to Instagram to post some images of the occasion and write: "On June 16 each year, South Africans celebrate Youth Day. Youth Day commemorates the Soweto Uprising, which took place on 16 June 1976. Thank you to Lephalale Medical Services and MSFC Lephalale branch for the invite. HAPPY YOUTH DAY."
To see some images of Madisha and company give back, scroll through the gallery above!
Do you think more footballers ought to be doing charitable work?