You got to admire Khune who doesn't shy away from his roots, as his Twitter reveals him eating chips with his fans at Bram Fischer in Soweto.
The Bafana keeper is also looking forward to the Khune Legacy Tournament which runs twice a year, designed to keep children off the streets.
"Good to see the kids out of the street. That's the whole purpose of the Khune Legacy Tournament," Khune previously said on his official Twitter account.
Now, there's another Chiefs legend starting a tournament. This time it's Junior Khanye, and his tourno will take place at Daveyton and surrounding areas on Monday, April 3.
It's the 32-team Junior Khanye tournament which will be in Extension 7 in Etwatwa in Daveyton, including age groups from U11 to U21.
#Chilling with the lads in #BramFischer #Soweto watching local talent,I can't wait for #KhuneLegacyTournament that happens twice a year pic.twitter.com/jwynmE6Abf — IIKHUNE3216 (@IIKHUNE_32_16) April 2, 2017