The game‚ which will involve former and current PSL players‚ will take place at King Zwelithini Stadium on June 9.
The commemoration game is spearheaded by Ntokozo Sikhakhane of Youth Camps and Nathi Ngwenya of the Nathi Ngwenya Holdings with the blessing of the Meyiwa family.
“Humbled and excited at the same time for this great initiative and that all soccer loving people in South Africa are as excited as I am,” Senzo’s younger brother‚ S’fiso Meyiwa told SowetanLive.
“But now looking into the future as a family‚ we would like to call upon all possible stakeholders‚ partners and supporters to continue shining the light on my late brother.”
Senzo’s father, Sam Meyiwa said: “It was painful because Senzo had been appointed as Bafana captain but we did not celebrate that as a family because he never got a chance to come back home and they killed him. But we’re leaving everything to God.”
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