The past three weeks has been devastating for the former Mamelodi Sundowns striker Rodney Ramagalela after he got a rude awakening one morning with a call from one of his neighbors back in Venda informing him that his house is on fire, it must have been like a bad dream, but it turned out to be true since it was never a prank or a nightmare, his house which he built at Nzhelele had burnt down with everything that was inside.
On the 16th November 2021, Ramagalela who is now a Chippa United striker received the devastating news about his house going up in flames, there was very little if nothing he could do about the situation since he was at the Eastern Cape with his current team, he only managed to get back to Limpopo after a day or so, he was seen pictured inside his burned house where he asked for those who could help with whatever they can to come forward.
Ramagalela publicly admitted that he has no other means to re-build his house and asked those who are willing to can help him to step forward, he even published the account number where people could donate to, a big company has also offered a hand to assist the former Black Leopards FC striker to rebuild his houses.
Hollywood Bets, a betting company has extended a helping hand to assist the former Polokwane City strike rebuild his house, they have donated R100 000 to the soccer star on Wednesday towards his project, it may not be enough, but it will surely come in handy and make a huge difference with the other donations he got from other people plus what he personally has.
No arrest has been made with regard to the burning of the house, the South African Police Services are still conducting their investigations to try and establish how the fire could have started.
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