Bucaneers hopeful of Mother City finishing with a bang

2015-05-07 06:00

Five lucky City Vision readers stand a chance double tickets by simply sending the word Vodacom by SMS

 to 34586 (R1,50) before Friday noon. Winners to be telephoned.

Five lucky City Vision readers stand a chance double tickets by simply sending the word Vodacom by SMS to 34586 (R1,50) before Friday noon. Winners to be telephoned.

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This weekend sees the final round of fixtures for the 2014/15 PSL season taking place and Soweto giants, Orlando Pirates will be down in the Mother City to take on the Urban Warriors, Ajax Cape Town on Saturday, 9 May at the Cape Town Stadium.

With the league aready won by fellow Soweto rivals, the team will be looking to finish the season with a victory against the high flying Urban Warrior and in doing so cement their place in the top three of the PSL log for the season.

Once again in the build up to the game on Saturday, Vodacom, South Africa’s best mobile network, will be bringing fans closer to the country’s best soccer team through a series of activations that will be taking place around Cape Town.

At the activations fans can take part in various activities and they stand a chance to win prizes such as tickets to the game, replica Orlando Pirates team jerseys, Vodacom airtime vouchers and much, much more.

The Vodacom team will be out at a roadshow in Khayelitsha at the Khayelitsha Mall on Thursday, 7 May from12:00 to 17:00 where fans can come through to enjoy fun activities such as human fooseball and Playstation as well music and various other competitions.

On Friday, May 8 the team will be at the Vodacom 4 U store at Vangate Mall from 11:00 to 13:00, accompanied by Orlando Pirates players, Lucky Lekgwathi, Helder Pelembe, Thabo Qalinga and Thandani Ntshumayelo .

Fans can come and get up close to some of their favourite players that will be down in Cape Town.

Players will also visit the Kwanele Youth Development programme in Gugulethu where they will take some time off to interact and play with the Orlando Pirates players.

The programme curbs the involvement of youth in self-destructive activities such as gangsterism and crime

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