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LANGALAM’S FIVE-YEAR DEAL WITH DUNKYLAINE

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MBABANE – The future looks bright for Dunkylaine Basketball Club. The seven-year old club has finally got a breakthrough after Langalam agreed to a five-year deal.

This will see the Mbabane-based club benefiting handsomely as the music company that is based in the United Kingdom, will assist in terms of kits, transport, international scholarships and bringing coaches from the UK and vice versa. Players will also get exposure as they will stand an opportunity to play abroad.


Dunkylaine Director Mzwakhe Phiri said they were pleased to announce their partnership with Langalam.
“This is the beginning of great things to come for Dunkylaine. We want to firstly thank Langalam for seeing it fit to enter into a joint venture with us.

We are positive that the partnership will benefit both parties and the main beneficiaries will be local basketballers. They will not only get to be taught basics about basketball and life skills but they will be exposed to numerous opportunities that may change their lives forever,” Phiri said.

The director said their main target was to groom players who can play overseas and hoist the country flag high. “Langalam saw the great work we have been doing on our facebook page and they felt they should support us because we almost share the same vision which is to develop future leaders,” he added. Meanwhile, Langalam PRO Menzi Khumalo said they were also excited about their joint venture.

“Langalam aims to groom future leaders and we believe together with Dunkylaine we can contrive a basketball team whose voice, action is beyond the realms of basketball courts,” Khumalo said.


“As Langalam we engage, we evolve, we learn, we teach and plant seeds to propagate and produce future leaders. We are optimistic that our joint venture will benefit both parties,” he added.

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