MPHINI SOCIAL CENTRE HANDED OVER BY EPTC

MPHINI SOCIAL CENTRE HANDED OVER BY EPTC

ESwatini Post and Telecommunications Corporations (EPTC) has handed over a completed Social Centre to Mphini community. Mphini is a community of Ntondozi under Chief Prince Bhekokwakhe. The structure is another project that
the company embarked on as part of their Charity Cup tournament projects where they have collaborated with the likes of eSwatini Football Association and SOS Children’s Villages Charity Organization. The structure which is said to have cost over E100 000 consists of a large open room, an office, and a soup kitchen. The structure is not
the first one to be handed over as two weeks back the same corporation handed over a Care Center to the community of Ntondozi which is also part of their many ongoing charity cup projects which are means of the company to give back to the community they exist in. The company is once again in the last stages towards the launch of the
18th edition of the EPTC Charity Cup which is expected to commence late July whose current champions are Mbabane Swallows FC. Since the inception of this prestigious cup, the EPTC has managed to raise and distribute over E14 million as assistance to the less privileged in different communities around the country. The key areas of prioritization when assisting the different communities, the organization looks at ways in which they will be able to contribute towards social development, education, the alleviate the effects of HIV and AIDS whilst also looking at ways they can create job prospects either through employment opportunities or entrepreneurship. Speaking during the event EPTC Managing Director Petros Dlamini said the structure was not just the organizations effort but it was an effort by everyone who supported the initiative as the games where ongoing. Speaking on behalf of the Football Association was PLE Chief Operations Officer (COO) Pat Vilakati who represented EFA President Adam ‘Bomber’ Mthethwa, he thanked EPTC and SOS for their efforts in making sure the lives of the people of Mphini will improve.
Another key speaker on the day was the Minister of Tourism and Environmental Affairs Moses Vilakati who reminded the people of the constituency that they were blessed to have received the structure. He appealed to the
public to support the charity cup games, saying by so doing, just as EPTC, they would be ploughing back to the

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