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“I Lost All My Properties and Almost Lost My Life” Bafana and Kaizer Chiefs Legend Drops Bombshell

'I lost a R2 million house,' said Junior Khanye, one of the PSL legends heading an enemy of liquor misuse crusade called 'Wrong roadside'.

Throughout the long term, numerous South African soccer players have wound up in steaming hot water as a result of liquor addictions. Tragically, some conspicuous soccer stars have even lost their acclaim and fortunes and at times even lives because of inordinate drinking and getting in the driver's seat.

For this reason the Wrong roadside crusade by the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNTR) and liquor organization Diageo is the ideal mission for soccer players to engage with.

In another frantic endeavor to get individuals to quit driving under the influence, UNTR and Diageo have enrolled the assistance of some unbelievable South African football legends to impart how their poisonous connections to liquor cost them their acclaim and their fortunes.

Drum reports that the mission started off at Konka Soweto where soccer stars, for example, previous Mamelodi Sundowns skipper Hlompho Kekana, Orlando Pirates striker Phumlani Mkhize, and Supersport United's Bradley Grobler were in participation.

Talking regarding how liquor transformed himself for the most terrible, Phumlani shared that he had begun drinking liquor when he was just a kid. Thus when he ultimately began bringing in cash, a great deal of it went to purchasing liquor.

"Youthful players who are bringing in a tremendous measure of cash toward the start of their professions should look for counsel on the most proficient method to deal with their accounts well since you will wind up abusing it on liquor.

"I wish I had somebody near me to put me down and take me through dealing with my funds, I might have kept away from a ton of things that make me load up with laments."

"I lost all that I had, and presently it is the ideal opportunity for me to begin once again," he said by the distribution.


Junior Khanye, a previous Kaizer Chiefs player additionally shared how liquor annihilated his life:

"I collided with four vehicles. Two vehicles were unrecoverable and two I needed to fix. I lost the R2 million house I had at the time as well as the vehicle. What is more troubled are the wounds I caused on others.

"One of the drivers engaged with the mishap was in a state of unconsciousness for three days and others were gravely harmed. It is deplorable," he told Drum.

In the interim, Corporate Relations Director at Diageo SA, Sibani Mngadi says that they decided to have the mission at Konka to an affect individuals who drink liquor.

"This drive is a piece of Diageo's worldwide work to change the perspectives towards driving under the influence among somewhere around 5,000,000 individuals by 2030.

"As a worldwide driving drink liquor organization, it is our obligation to make and execute anticipation devices to assist with saving lives cooperating with accomplices including alcohol outlets," Sibani says.

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