The GladAfrica Championship, like many sport leagues around the world, has been suspended until further notice due to the growing fears of the novel coronavirus.
Real Kings FC have stepped up to the plate to do their bit to fight the spread of Covid-19 after President Cyril Ramaphosa declared it a national disaster on Sunday.
Kings have donated sanitizers to the community of Umlazi township on the east coast of KwaZulu-Natal.
“Dear Real Kings FC family, we are facing the most difficult time in our country. We have to pull together so that we can slow down the spread of COVID – 19 pandemic,” reads the club statement.
“As Real Kings FC players, management, club owner Mam Mkhize [Shauwn Mkhize formerly Mpisane], Andile Mpisane, have donated sanitizers to the community of Umlazi township, Cllr Bheka Mngwengwe of ward 83 accepted the donation.
“Together we can stop this virus.”
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COVID-19 response: Dear @therealkingsfc family, we are facing the most difficult time in our country. We have to pull together so that we can slow down the spread of the COVID – 19 pandemic 🦠🦠. As @therealkingsfc players, management and @kwa_mammkhize, and @andilempisane10, have doneted sanitizers to the community of Umlazi township, Cllr Bheki Mngwengwe of ward 83 accepted the donation. 🔊 #RoyalAM 😷 #Together we can stop this virus! #Izandlaziyagezana 😷🩺🧼🧴🚿
According to the Department of health, the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in South Africa stand at 150.
The PSL confirmed on Thursday afternoon that PSL season has been suspended until further notice.
“We will complete the season by no later than June 30, but we shall remain flexible,” said PSL chairman, Irvin Khoza addressing the media on Thursday in Kempton Park.
By FARPost Reporter