BA grateful to Dinapama

07 May 2021 | Sports

JESSE JACKSON KAURAISA

WINDHOEK



Namibia Premier Football League (NPFL) club Black Africa will be donning brand-new kit after Dinapama sponsored the club with tracksuits and facemasks.

Black Africa's next assignment will be in Swakopmund at the Vineta Stadium where they are set to battle Eleven Arrows and Tigers FC.

The club will still play with the same attire but will arrive at the coast with tracksuits and step-out gear.

“As chairman of Black Africa Sport Club and on behalf of the BA community, I am thanking Dinapama for the generous sponsorship to the value of N$50 000.

“We as a community outfit are grateful to be associated with Dinapama, a pioneer in the Namibian textile industry.

“Black Africa has a rich sporting tradition which we intend to maintain for many years to come and I can assure you that your contribution will play a part,” BA chairman Lucky Richter said.

Dinapama Manufacturing and Supplies is a 100% Namibian garment manufacturer.

The company produces 178 000 pieces annually.

Maintenance manager at Dinapama Michael 'Kadila' Ndlovu said he hoped the company's contribution would come in handy. “We chose this club because we want to give back to the community that has been supporting us for so long.

“It is indeed a special occasion for us that we are able to sponsor this club with the tracksuits and facemasks,” Ndlovu said.



Action continues

The NPFL action will continue this weekend, with Namibia Media Holdings broadcasting the six matches in Windhoek live.



* See fixtures below.

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