Masters to donate 20 pairs of shoes to local schools

CAPTION: Learners will receive school shoes courtesy of Masters teams, on the right is Mphakeleli Nhlapo. Photo: Zacharia Nale.


Zacharia Nale

EVATON. – The four Sedibeng Regional Masters Football Associations teams recently embarked in a Social Responsibility campaign.

The beneficiaries were needy school learners.

This school shoes project came to an end over the weekend with Ayifuniwena Masters crowned the Masters tournament champions.

The twenty pairs of school shoes that were raised at the tournament will be donated to the following schools, Ntsele Primary School and Tsokolibane Primary School in Evaton.

This initiative started last weekend with four Masters teams playing against each other at Conti grounds in Evaton. The four Masters’ teams were Cwebezela, Beverly Hills, Ayifuniwena Masters and Conti Masters.

Speaking to Sedibeng Ster Sport, Mphikeleli Nhlapo, who is part of the organising committee, said this initiative is designed to help learners who are struggling. He said this is part of Masters soccer teams’ social responsibility to help those who are in need:

“I want to thank the Masters’ soccer teams that donated school shoes and uniforms to the learners. I also challenge the Sedibeng community to come on board to make this initiative a success by donating school shoes or uniforms.”

In conclusion, Trompy Pitso, who is also part of the organising commitee, said they are happy to be part of this initiative.

He said when the school re-opens after school holidays they will visit the two schools to donate the school shoes.

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