PSL News 14.6.2018 11:10 am

SA company rewards Zimbabwe for winning Cosafa Cup

Evans Rusike of Zimbabwe celebrates goal with teammates during the 2018 COSAFA quarter finals match between Zimbabwe and Botswana at Peter Mokaba Stadium. (Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix)

Evans Rusike of Zimbabwe celebrates goal with teammates during the 2018 COSAFA quarter finals match between Zimbabwe and Botswana at Peter Mokaba Stadium. (Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix)

Last Power Spares (LPS), a South African company owned by a Zimbabwean businessman Laston Murerwa, gave the Warriors R40 000 for winning the Cosafa Cup last week.

Murerwa, whose company is based in Polokwane, has promised to support the Zimbabwean national team in their bid to qualify for next year’s Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) finals.

“Our wish is to help the team in their future endeavours. We will have to engage relevant officials and see how best we can help. Our wish is to see, not only this team prosper, but all our national teams,” Murerwa was quoted by NewsDay.

“Since we helped the team, we have heard that a lot of other companies have also shown interest, which is a good thing. This team is ours, so my word is that to those who can let’s help this team. Let’s give the little that we have, and help keep the nation’s flag high.”

Another SA-based company owned by a Zimbabwean donated R4000 and hosted the celebration party after the Warriors won the Cosafa Cup.

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