Dimension Pro-Active systems (DPS) said the partnership would empower the players with a professional qualification that they could use after their playing days.
“There is lack of is a lack of a deliberate thrust to assist disabled people with life skills and this deal will fill that gap,” said DPS managing director, Khulumani Mlothswa.
DPS has also pledged to employ some of the disabled people when they have completed training, to demonstrate that they can perform their duties as well as able bodied counterparts.
We hope the business community will also assist in this endeavour to empower disabled members of society,” Mlotshwa said.
In a bid to promote the visibility of the sport in the city, DPS has, in conjunction with various other partners, held a number of awareness activities.Post published in: Zimbabwe Sports News