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ESWATINI MOTOR SPORT PARTNERS WITH ILLA PEN BOY FOUNDATION

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MBABANE – Eswatini Motor Sport has partnered with Illa Penboy Foundation for the upcoming spinning spectacle.

The event will be held at Riders Ranch in Sidvokodvo July 1st and 2nd, and will feature a headlining performances from South African artists namely Makhadzi , Master KG and other local acts. The foundation will have a stall at the event where the profits and proceedings made on the day will be donated to its coffers.

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This will enable the foundation to continuously help to feed more children and make a difference in the kingdom. When reached for comment Sifiso Ndlangamandla  ( Illa Pen Boy) spoke at length about the new partnership, “It’s a great thing for Eswatini Motor Sport to consider partnering with us and see the need to be a part of the greater good. ‘‘You know the feeling you get when you win a soccer game is the same feeling you get when you make a change in children’s lives,” said the philanthropist.  He went on to say that he appreciates that they understand the concept that no child should sleep on empty stomachs.

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“With this understanding we share the same mandate and we will make a good team moving forward, it takes a village to raise a child after all,” said the artist. Eswatini Motor Sport Operations Manager Banele Dlamini shared their reasons behind the partnership as they had philanthropic (humanitarian) ambitions too. “We believe in perfection and care about children. Our social responsibility is primarily to nurture them and take care of their wellbeing,’’ said Dlamini. It is safe to say that the collaboration has already taken off as the newly developed team has already started making some waves.

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Their first commitment was last Saturday. They fed a total of 150 children from a care-point in Lobamba Lomdzala, at Ngodini Mahlanya to be specific. The turnout was immaculate as they managed to reach their goals set for the day. This is only the tip of the iceberg for the team as they will also be cooking for Limkokwing University of Creative Technology, William Pitcher Teachers Training students and other institutions in the weeks to come. The partnership came about as an initiative for the two companies to make change in the lives of children in Eswatini.

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