Club helps sensei raise funds

2019-10-03 06:00
Monwabisi Karate Academy showing their skills at the Khayelitsha Shopping Centre.PHOTO: SIYABONGA KALIPA

Monwabisi Karate Academy showing their skills at the Khayelitsha Shopping Centre.PHOTO: SIYABONGA KALIPA

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In support of their sensei, Monwabisi Karate Academy, students showed their skills at Khayelitsha Shopping Centre.

Sensei Monwabisi Spogter needs to travel to Namibia for five days next week, where he will be grading in his 6th dan black belt.

“We went to the mall to try and raise funds for my trip by demonstrating to the public what we do,” he said.

Spogter said the trip will cost him R10 000 and that he would be grateful to anyone who can help him achieve his dream.

He started the academy in 2014 after seeing the high rate of crime in Cape Town.

He said sport is one way of fighting crime and that by involving children in sport they will stay away from the streets and the life of crime.

Spogter encouraged parents to bring their children to his academy because it will help shape them for the future.

Anyone who would like to help Spogter or bring their child to join the academy can contact him on 084 448 8695.

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