Manyisa & Mhlongo expand brand outside SA

Oupa Manyisa and Brighton Mhlongo
Oupa Manyisa and Brighton Mhlongo

Former Orlando Pirates duo Oupa Manyisa and Brighton Mhlongo have continued to expand their brand outside South Africa. Check it out!

What Happened?

The duo earned a iconic reputation for their playing careers and both have now hanged up their boots and focused on their business plans. 

The first launch was My Football CV which aimed at helping aspiring stars fine club and this has put them in the spotlight since. 

However the duo recently took some time out of their busy schedule to give back to the community through their new non profit foundation called the Manyisa Mhlongo foundation,

The retired ballers went to Lesotho where they hosted over 150 children at the Kick4Life Sports Academy on a two-day workshop and life skills.

Prior to their foundation being created, Manyisa and Mhlongo have gone to many schools and donated kits, equipment, and hosted training camps which were partnered with other foundations.

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When the duo were Zimoja, they revealed that they want to be role models to the next generation.

Did you know?

Mhlongo was forced into early retirement due to an eye injury aged just 30-years-old.

Your thoughts, please?

Should more ex-footballers try to become role models?

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