Chiefs visit Umzumbe

2017-03-02 06:00
Kaizer Chiefs players at the Umzumbe Municipality office (from left) Camaldine Abraw, Eric Mathoho, Umzumbe mayor Sizwe Ngcobo, Umzumbe spokesperson Trevor Khanyile, Keagan Buchanan and Ryan Moon. Photo: supplied

Kaizer Chiefs players at the Umzumbe Municipality office (from left) Camaldine Abraw, Eric Mathoho, Umzumbe mayor Sizwe Ngcobo, Umzumbe spokesperson Trevor Khanyile, Keagan Buchanan and Ryan Moon. Photo: supplied

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SOCCER League club Kaizer Chiefs and the Vodacom Foundation visited Umzumbe Municipality last Friday ahead of their match against Highlands Park, which took place in Durban on Saturday.

Pupils from five local schools mingled with their idols at Sihlonyaneni hall and were taught about technology and cyber-bullying. The visit was part of the team’s corporate social responsibility programme.

Umzumbe Municipality spokesperson Trevor Khanyile said they appreciate the visit because it shows the club cares. - Supplied.

 

PREMIER Soccer League club Kaizer Chiefs together with the Vodacom Foundation visited Umzumbe Municipality on Friday last week ahead of their match with Highlands Park which took place in Durban on Saturday. Pupils from five local schools mingled with their idols at Sihlonyaneni hall and were taught about technology and cyber-bullying.

The visit was part of the team’s corporate social responsibility programme.

Umzumbe Municipality spokesperson Trevor Khanyile said they appreciate the visit because it shows that the club cares. - Supplied.

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