As the 5th edition of the Ingwenyama Cup magnificently came to a close, Sincephetelo MVA Fund Chairman Zithulele Gina has announced that through this tournament, the Fundâ€™s messages about road safety have successfully continued to reach out to thousands of Emaswati who patronise football and culture.
The Chairman made these remarks during the Ingwenyama Cup prize presentation held at the Happy Valley Hotel.
â€śWe will continue to employ all strategies at our disposal to ensure that Emaswati receive better post-crash care and are safe on the roads. We are also in the process of finalizing the approval process of our 2020-2024 corporate strategy, which seeks to transform the Fund from a re-active operating model to one that is more pro-active and responsive to the needs of road accident victims,â€ť he added.
Gina also highlighted that the Fund has committed itself to providing rehabilitation and compensation for road accident victims; raising awareness on road safety matters and supporting other stakeholders in the prevention of traffic accidents.
Over 30 football and culture winners received their various prizes from Ingwenyama Cup Board of Trustees Chairman Prince Hlangabeza who represented tournament patron His Majesty King Mswati III. The Prince was accompanied by numerous dignitaries that included Minister of Sports Culture and Youth Affairs Harries Bulunga, Kingâ€™s Private Secretary Mbongeni Simelane, PLE Chairman Peter Magagula and Culture Chairman Prince Bukhosi amongst others.