Former Leeds United and Bari striker Phil Masinga passed away last week Sunday, losing his battle with cancer at the age of 49.
Below you can watch a special video of his former teammates and new Bafana Bafana players converge on the podium in honour of Masinga.
"Daniel ‘Mambush’ Mudau spoke about his fond memories with the gangling striker during their playing days at Mamelodi Sundowns while former captain Lucas Radebe who broke down during his speech, said Masinga made his stay in England more comfortable," wrote Safa on the occasion.
"Former defender Mark Fish said Masinga was an embodiment of a hard worker and a true professional adding he was saddened to lose a true friend so early. Fifa President, Gianni Infantino sent his message which was read by the Region’s manager David Fani."
There's also a collection of emotional photographs of Bafana great's speeches in honour of Masinga.
Our thoughts go out to the family of the fallen former @BafanaBafana striker Phil Masinga. Due to national team duty we were unable to attend the memorial service. On behalf of @Banyana_Banyana our depeest condolences. Thanks again to @SAFA_net for honouring our hero.— Desiree Ellis (@descaptain) January 21, 2019
Mark Fish paying tribute to late Phil Masinga! pic.twitter.com/FgfHyR1781— Bafana Bafana (@BafanaBafana) January 21, 2019
Lucas 'Rhoo' Radebe breaks down in tears as he speaks at Phil Masinga's memorial service pic.twitter.com/lHVxTX3sbI— Bafana Bafana (@BafanaBafana) January 21, 2019