The South African Football Players Union is a movement that helps provide a voice to footballers in the country, and, today, they certainly made a statement when they picketed from the Sandton Convention Centre to SAFA House. Have you seen the pictures?
Click on the gallery above to see some of the snaps of SAFPU's protest.
The campaign was in support of Kenya's Clifton Miheso, who was allegedly held at gunpoint in order to get him to terminate his contract with Golden Arrows.
The march, which comprised SAFPU's deputy general secretary Nhlanhla Shabalala and other members, took place on this specific day because FIFA president Gianni Infantino was holding talks at SAFA House.
They documented their protest on social media – here are two of their tweets from the day.