From growing up in a dangerous neighbourhood, playing soccer on dusty streets and in dark parking lots until late at night, to living large in Liverpool, Bafana Bafana player Steven Pienaar has not changed one bit. The Times reporter Gabisele Ndebele met up with Pienaar’s family and friends to find out more about where the Bafana legend grew up and why he remains so humble.
The Fear of the Lord is the beginning of Wisdom, continue to make us proud. Your Faith is evident, Mzansi loves you.
Pienaar is totally not tired, according to the way i assessed him on the first game to me he was just nervous and not believing he is going to stand and safe the South Africans from the Mexico’s just like Itumeleng Khune .But i seriously tell you that“ watch and see the next game “when Bafana versus Uruguay i positively say they are going to make it an show them that they must never ever in their lives go to a pit of a snake .This is your home Pienaar you gonna make it papa tired or no tired that is just the devil`s plans you are not tired papa you were just nervous ngwanaka foward you go.