Chiefs, Pirates receive cow from Swazi King

2015-07-20 08:19
King Mswati III and Bobby Motaung (Kaizer Chiefs website)

Cape Town - King Mswati III presented all the four clubs involved in the inaugural Kings Super Cup with a cow each as a token of appreciation for their participation in the tournament.

According to the Kaizer Chiefs' official website, gifts were presented to Amakhosi, Orlando Pirates, Mbabane Swallows and Royal Leopards at the Somhlolo stadium on Friday afternoon.

Kaizer Chiefs’ Football Manager Bobby Motaung thanked his majesty and the people of Swaziland for the warm reception in the Swazi Kingdom.

“A gift of such as this one is very big in African culture and we appreciate it.

“We will share the gift with the rest of Amakhosi family when we get back home.”

Kaizer Chiefs on the other hand presented King Mswati with a signed and framed Championship winning jersey on Saturday before the final of the tournament.


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