AmaZulu coach Benni McCarthy gets #DKSApproved

AmaZulu coach Benni McCarthy gets #DKSApproved

After seeing a video where he flexes his team's entry into the CAF Champions League, Sky had to give his stamp of approval to this SA soccer legend. 

Benni McCarthy

When the former Bafana Bafana soccer player, Benni McCarthy, took over from AmaZulu's former coach Ayanda Dlamini last year, Sky admits he was one of the skeptics who were not sure of how to receive him into the Durban-based soccer team.

After McCarthy was able to get the team into the CAF Champions League, after only one win in seven matches, Sky certainly has full faith in the strides that AmaZulu will make under the leadership of McCarthy. AmaZulu will represent South Africa in the next edition of the marquee African club competition with champions Mamelodi Sundowns. 

READ MORE: “Hopefully he can sprinkle some magic over Bafana Bafana…” says Benni McCarthy

The Bafana Bafana top scorer with 31 goals has therefore been #DKSApproved.

READ MORE: AmaZulu seal CAF Champions League spot after dramatic turnaround

Ever heard of the Zululand Conservation Trust? Where Keri went - Manyoni Game Reserve -  for her week-long break falls under this organisation. They receive their #DKSApproved stamp of approval from Keri for the amazing work they do for nature and animals.

DKSApproved Keri

So what they do is conservation of endangered species, specifically wild dog, black rhino, and white rhino. Among the multiple conservation projects they run, they also have a rhino orphanage.

Keri's soft spot for nature and animals innately makes her a fan of Zululand Conservation Trust. Which is why she gives them her #DKSApproved stamp. 

READ MORE: Keri's magnificent safari journal

Here's a fun fact: Darren has donated blood 34 times. Yes, and he got to visit the new labs opened in Mount Edgecombe on Thursday. 

Have a look at his reel on Instagram taking a tour of the new facility: 

Do you know where the other SANBS can be found in KZN? 

Find out in the podcast below: 

The SANBS says they built this lab to raise awareness of blood transfusion in KZN and improve blood donations to supply enough blood efficiently to those in need in the district. 

Naturally, he gives the SANBS 'Journey of Blood' his #DKSApproved stamp of approval. 


Main Image Courtesy: @bennimac17

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