Its back to square one or slain Bafana Bafana and Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa's daughter Namhla Meyiwa.
The 14 year old has been dropped by her donor, Red Farm.
Red Farm started donating R1500 to the late hero's daughter in February after learning about her struggles,
Celebgossip.co.za has learnt that the other good samaritans who volunteered to help have also stopped,
Amoung them is former Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Brilliant Khuzwayo, who'd offered to lend a helping hand.
"It would be selfish of me to sit back and do nothing while Senzo's daughter id struggling,
"I'm not rich,but I'm more than willing to help.
"I've no reason to watch his daughter suffer. I'll do my part just like he did with my football career," he said at the time.
Jozi organization promised to lend a helping hand for the next decade.
"This is to ensure she doesn't feel the absence of her father". Red Farm spokesperson said at the time.
But Red Farm's pledge has since been reversed.
"Unfortunately due to COVID-19 outbreak and lockdown restrictions, we're forced to cut costs, one of which is the cost of Namhla's donation.
"For July, we weren't able to donate anything to her and will no longer donate anything until we're back on our feet.
"These are difficult times for us, we had to cut salaries and decrease production.
"We didn't see this one coming fro that reason we would like to apologize to Senzo's daughter and the Meyiwa family."
Senzo Meyiwa's mother Ntombifuthi Meyiwa said this was a shock or her and Namhla.
"I'm saddened by these sad news, but am also grateful that they are honest enough, this means we're back to square one.
"The reality is I don't know what to do because I am not employed."
Speaking to Daily Sun earlier this year, Namhla said life was difficult without her father.
“I sometimes go to school without any food in my lunch box. My grandmother and uncle try but it sometimes becomes too difficult for them.”