South African Football Players Union (SAFPU), along with its partner, Lifeline SA, visited Sekhukhune United Football Club at their training grounds at Greek Sporting Club in Linksfield to welcome them in to the Glad Africa League and to recruit players to join SAFPU, most importantly to encourage them take advantage of bursary offered by the union.
“Players needs to lead from the front and behave, not only when they are at their work places, but also when they are off the fields. Among other things, we want to create a dialog with the payers on issues relating to alcohol and substance abuse. We demand 100% professionalism from our members and thus we lead by example.” Said DSG Taelo Calvin 'Salter' Motloung.
We are at the 16th day of activism. Lifeline SA encourages the players and the public to participate in spreading the word and marking the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence (25 November to 10 December 2020) as we all have the role to play in curving the scourge of GVB and most importantly in the spread of Covid-19 under the global theme: “ORANGE THE WORLD