The DStv Premiership site AmaZulu has launched a business college in eThekwini, attended by South African legends like Lucas Radebe and Mbulelo Mabizela to share their wisdom.
Usuthu has announced the establishment of a business school called AmaZulu Business College (ABC), and the institution will be led by Manqoba Zungu, who is also supported by the club’s CEO, Sine Zungu.
Scroll through the gallery above to see some of the pictures of the launch
It is said that AmaZulu players receive a college education in entrepreneurship and business administration.
“Our AmaZulu Business College was founded last weekend and was activated in collaboration with Mazi Asset Management,” read a tweet on AmaZulu’s official Twitter account.
“The opening session, which was attended by Usuthu players, the technical team and staff, was aimed at inspiring our current player base and giving them the skills they need to become future-oriented business leaders.
“Bafana Bafana legend Lucas Radebe and former Usuthu defender Mbulelo Mabizela were on hand to advise coach Benni McCarthy.
Usuthu certainly seems to be climbing to greater heights as they are also highly valued on the field as they have continental ambitions in the CAF Champions League.
Together with its partnerships, including one with the automaker Mitsubishi, the KwaZulu-Natal team aims to further strengthen its status as one of the most prominent clubs in South Africa.
The form in the DStv Premiership has been mixed this season as they have only won one game out of six but have only lost one game so far.
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