Absa Premiership side Cape Town City are doing their bit to assist the government and South Africans to combat the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
City are not only adhering to the lockdown regulations set by the president Ramaphosa by staying at home, maintaining good hygiene and social distancing.
The Cape Town-based outfit has donated 1000 branded face masks to assist communities in the Western Cape to stay safe and give the deadly virus a red card.
“In order to keep our communities safe, Cape Town City has donated 1000 medical masks to help prevent the spread of Covid-19,” said City.
“We now challenge all the other clubs in the PSL to join our initiatives” added the ‘Citizens’.
Premier Soccer League (PSL) action has been suspended indefinitely due to Covid-19 and the players are busy training at home to remain fit and healthy following their clubs at-home programs during this tough period.
Real Kings FC campaigning in the GladAfrica Championship also stepped up to the plate and donated sanitizers to the community of Umlazi township on the east coast of KwaZulu-Natal in March.
While, the Khama Billiat Foundation did their part by helping the less fortunate in the townships, more especially the street vendors just before the national lockdown came into full effect.
25th March 2020The KhamaBilliatFoundation was out on the streets handing groceries of essentials to families that could…
According to the Department of Health, the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in South Africa is 2415 while 27 people have died from the virus and 410 have recovered.
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By FARPost Reporter