Khune Donates To Charity In Hometown
Kaizer Chiefs and Bafana Bafana goalkeeper, Itumeleng Khune, took some time out of his busy work schedule to give back to charity.
He donated R150 000 to an Old Age Home in his hometown of Ventersdorp yesterday.
Khune who hails from Ventersdorp in the North West Province, was accompanied by Minister of Sports and Recreation, Fikile Mbalula, as well as his Kaizer Chiefs teammates, George Lebese and George Maluleka.
'Spiderkid' tweeted on his personal Twitter account saying, "Donated R150 000 to the Old Age Home in #Ventersdorp.a special thanx to @geeza_17 and @maluleka12 for accompanying me #soblessed. So blessed to have put a smile on the granny's faces.God is Great"
The Kaizer Chiefs shot-stopper retained his PSL Goalkeeper of the Season award after walking away with the honour at the PSL end-of-the-season awards ceremony held on Sunday evening at the Sandton Convention Centre.
He further tweeted saying, " Myself and the honourable Minister of Sports and Recreation @fikilembalula,so blessed to spend the afternoon with you in #Ventersdorp to give back to my community. Thank you very much Sir."
"Time flies when you having fun,it was really humbling going back to my old school.I used to wear the same uniform #soblessed. "
Khune is currently nursing a groin strain, and has alongside Bernard Parker, Tsepo Masilela and Siphiwe Tshabalala been omitted from Bafana's travelling squad to Australasia.