Amazulu FC join efforts to clean the KZN province

Amazulu FC join efforts to clean the KZN province

We can only move forward as a province following last week's horror, which is why people all over the province are joining hands to clean up the mess created during the looting.  

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Going past the buildings that were torn and burnt down in our province last week by looters is the most heartbreaking experience. It has taken more than 20 years for so many establishments to be built and the economy to be as it was because of them. We weep, but there is no time for that, we need to clean up the province and try to move forward. 

As multiple organisations join to clean different parts of the province, AmaZulu FC are doing their part by tackling the mess in the city of Durban and the different townships that were affected. The owner of the football club, Sandile Zungu, joined us on the show this morning to talk about the work they have done and how they will contribute to KZN communities. 

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As they hit the affected malls in KwaMashu and Umlazi, Zungu shares when exactly the club will be in the various locations and how to join them in the cleaning up of what is left of KZN's beautiful malls and shopping centres. 

A few players' families have been affected and it definitely hits so much harder cause it is home to them. 

Have a listen to what he had to share early this morning: 

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A video of the team after cleaning the KwaMashu Shopping Centre was released on Twitter:

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Our province seems to have many hands joining to recover and restore it. If you and your family and friends want join in the clean ups taking place, remember to stay safe. 


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