Air Excellence donates another kit

Air Excellence donates another kit

By Staff Reporter FAST growing air conditioning concern, Air Excellence has donated another soccer kit to Moses “Bambo” Chunga Soccer Academy as part of its giving back to the community. In an interview on the sidelines of the hand-over ceremony, company marketing executive Thandanani Chino said giving back to the community is part of the company’s social corporate responsibility strategy. “We are happy to be donating this soccer kit to the Moses Bambo Chunga Academy because this is part of our social responsibility strategy. “The last time we donated to…

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New kit for Hatfield Football Club

New kit for Hatfield Football Club

Sports Reporter  HATFIELD Football Club received a new soccer kit courtesy of Air Excellence, one of Zimbabwe’s  fastest growing air conditioning firm. Speaking at the kit handover ceremony, Air Excellence Chief Operating Officer Mr Edwin Majakwara said his organisation would continue partnering communities as a way of giving back to society as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility drive. “The organization’s continued partnership with the communities is a way of ploughing back to the communities and as a thank you gesture to them for embracing Air Excellence and its wide range…

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Kwese Free Sport launches in Rwanda …station to remain free

Kwese Free Sport launches in Rwanda …station to remain free

By Staff Reporter ECONET Media says it has launched its 24 hour, free-to-air all-sport channel Kwese Free Sport in Rwanda, making it the fourth country after Kenya, Tanzania and Ghana to have the full 24 hour channel. Kwese Free Sports, as the channel is called, is the first free to air sports channel offering 24 hour coverage of exclusive premium sports content. The company currently has the exclusive pan African rights for some of the most sought after content in the world which includes the English Premier League, NBA, Formula…

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Use sport to preach the word says AFM Overseer

Use sport to preach the word says AFM Overseer

By Patson Gumbo  APOSTOLIC Faith Mission in Zimbabwe Harare Central Provincial Overseer, Reverend Brighton Tembo has called on the church to use sport to reach out to the community as a way to appeal to the lost. Speaking on the sidelines of the Harare Central Province Overseer’s Tournament at Ellis Robins Boys High School on Saturday, Reverend Tembo said sport cuts across all the social setups and the community should feel free to mix with the church through different sporting activities. “Sport cuts across all cultures, religions and all community…

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