Rhinos, Buffaloes handed buses

HARARE – Castle Premiership clubs Black Rhinos and Buffaloes are the latest beneficiaries of Nyaradzo Funeral Group after they were handed buses from a deal meant to benefit top-flight teams.

Nyaradzo Group sought to broaden their involvement in football when they unveiled the partnership dubbed “The Score Pack Plan” with the Premiership clubs three months ago.

CAPS United and police outfit Black Mambas were the first two teams to be handed the new 30-seater buses during the launch of the partnership.

Champions Dynamos and Bulawayo giants Highlanders are also set to get their buses once they have been delivered from South Africa in the next few weeks.

Speaking at the handover function in Harare, Nyaradzo Chief Executive Phil Mataranyika said: “It is now about three months since we launched the Score Pack plan where we also donated similar buses to two Premiership clubs, CAPS United and Black Mambas.

“We promised at the event that we are going to donate more buses to football clubs that meet the requisite numbers in terms of the score Pack Policy subscriptions. I am proud to stand in front of you to fulfil that promise. Nyaradzo is about promises. Those of you who have experienced our services will bear testimony that once we make a promise we will not break the promise.

“Today Buffaloes and Black Rhinos will have peace of mind knowing that they have reliable transport to fulfil their fixtures.”

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