Billiat donated goods worth 100 000 Rand on Tuesday before joining the Warriors at their first session in the afternoon. Speaking to reporters about the donation, he said:
I was giving back to the school that l went to. I brought some sanitary pads, soccer kits, netball kits.
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It took long for me to do it, I don’t know why but I thought, maybe, I would do it with the Khama Billiat Foundation.
… I found it proper for my team to fly this side and do it here while I am in camp. It is not about soccer only, we just want to try and help as much as we can.
Billiat was born at Mufakose Clinic on August 19 in 1990. He did his Grade One at Marimba Primary, and in 1998 he started Grade 2 at Gwinyiro.
He started playing for the school team when he was in Grade Three, and when he was in Grade Five, Marc Duvillard brought him on a scholarship to Lord Malvern. By the time he was in Grade Six, Billiat was playing at Aces Academy.