SA-Based Businessman Donates Equipment To Highlanders

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SA-Based Businessman Donates Equipment To Highlanders

Highlanders FC has received a donation of an assortment of training equipment from a South Africa businessman Khuphukile Dube.

In a statement on Friday, Bosso said the items were sourced with assistance from freelance journalist, Thandazani Zimbwa who is a club member. The statement read:

This week we received training equipment including 80 marker cones, 20 9-inch cones, two ladders, 10 slalom poles, two sets of training bibs and 15 hurdles from Polokwane-based club benefactor Khuphukile Dube.

The equipment was sourced with the assistance of club member Thandazani Zimbwa.

On Sunday, the club was given 20 brand new soccer balls bought by the club’s South Africa Chapter, which were handed over to chief executive officer Nhlanhla Dube.

Meanwhile, another club member, Solwayo Ngwenya last month contributed 30 soccer balls to Highlanders.

The donations came after Bosso executive chairman Kenneth Mhlophe appealed for members to assist the club in whatever way they can during the club’s annual general meeting held at the end of January.

More: Sunday News



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