Kaizer Motaung, the founder of the Kaizer Chiefs, is set to be inducted into the South African Hall of Fame. This announcement has sparked a wave of reactions from football enthusiasts across Mzansi.
Mzansi’s Reaction to the Honor
The news was announced by the Chiefs on Tuesday, and fans across Mzansi have been sharing their views and extending their congratulations to Motaung for this prestigious honor. Many fans on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter have expressed their desire for the team, coached by Molefi Ntseki, to honor their chairman with a trophy or two this season.
Mzansi reacts to Kaizer Chiefs Founder Inducted into South African Hall of Fame
Sathub has selected comments from numerous social media users in Mzansi who are delighted for Motaung’s honor. Here are some of the comments:
- @Phaladi Matsole: “Congratulations Tau, Sebata.”
- @Biko Mqwathi: “Deservedly so, congratulations Dr Kaizer “Chincha Guluva” Motaung”…WE are proud of you.”
- @Pedro Mapelo: “Long overdue.”
- @Nkoana Monakali: “The Chairman …The Dr… The Boss… ‘You deserve it Sir… Congratulations.”
- @Loyd Cayn: “Well deserved, Chiefs is one of the biggest football brands in the world all because of Dr Motaung’s hard work and dedication. Congratulations Tshintsha Guluva. #Amakhosi4Life #KaizerHallofFame #CelebratingOurIcon”
- @Koloti Maphathe: “Congratulations are in order for my captain. We are proud of Dr. Kaizer Motaung. Halala sebata. Motaung oa ĥa Hlalele ka sebele.”
Honoring the Amakhosi Founder and Chairman
In collaboration with leading South African hospitality and entertainment group Tsogo Sun, The South African Hall of Fame is set to honor the legendary Dr. Kaizer Motaung on Thursday, November 9. Hall of Fame chair Johnny Burger said:
“Motaung, an iconic figure in South African sports history, has significantly shaped the landscape of football in the nation. As the visionary founder and chair of the renowned Kaizer Chiefs Football Club, his influence reaches far beyond the field.”
Notable recipients of such an honor include Mzansi’s football great Jomo Sono and Bafana Bafana’s 1996 African Nations Cup-winning side.