The Spring Rose Rugby club, the second oldest club in the Eastern Province, have welcomed Nomaxhosa Construction as a new sponsor, following the generous donation of new Blazers and Ties for the club.
“It is part of our duties as a rugby club to build these relationships and to come up with such initiatives. We need to collaborate in order to advance the cause of creating a non-racial South Africa,” he said.
Lamani praised Nomaxhosa Construction‘s Ayanda Ntlama for offering to assist the club.
“The example you are setting, you need to be encouraged,” he said. “Your contribution will not only help turn around Spring Rose, but it will have a moral impact on our youth, you are contributing, in a small way, but to us it means a lot,” he said.
Lamani said around 70 percent of the membership of Spring Rose currently consists of unemployed young, talented players from single parent homes.
“We have a huge responsibility of providing guidance to these youth, and you are adding value,” he said.