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MANZINI – Galp Eswatini partnership with the Inyatsi Nkonyeni G2G MTB Classic is growing from strength to strength.
This follows Galp’s E25 000 donation to the annual Mountain Bike Cycle race which is hosted by Inyatsi Constructions.

The presentation was held at Inyatsi Headquarters in Manzini adjacent to Zakhele Sports Ground.
Presenting the replica cheque to Inyatsi Constructions Contract Director Sandile Mhlanga was Galp Eswatini B2B Sales Manager Ayanda Motsa. Motsa said they were pleased to once again partner with the construction company.

“We want to thank Inyatsi for giving us a platform to share our values as a company. We believe in positive energy and leading a healthy lifestyle. This marks our third year partnering with Inyatsi. We are looking forward to the event and hopeful we will take part,” Motsa said. Meanwhile, Inyatsi’s Sandile Mhlanga thanked Galp for the continued support.


“Wellness is our major focus as a company and this is the very reason we felt that we should have an event like this one. We are pleased to note the increased support from the different companies and organisations. Special thanks to our main sponsor, Galp Eswatini. We also want to thank Dixie’s International, Lidwala Insurance, Eswatini Mobile, and Mormond Electrical, Mbabane Motors and Nkonyeni Golf Estate, Parmalat, Skyworld, Mo Trucks and Form Scaffolding,” he said.

The cycle race is slated for August 10 at Nkonyeni Residential Golf Estate. The race will see cyclists competing in four different categories. The main race will be 65km while the second longest race will be 35km. Cyclists will also compete in the 20km and 10km and there will be also 2km rides for children. There are up to E20 000 worth of prizes and the first 100 will win a cyclist t-shirt.

Interested participants can download a registration form online at www.inyatsi.net/g2g to register for the race. Online registration is on August 3 while registration on different registration venues will close the day before.

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