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Weekend Sports Show

On the 2th of July 2014 the group of cyclists took a journey to Mohale`s Hoek town 47 kilometers away from Mafeteng town, the aim of the tour was to encourage entrepreneurs to adapt to the new technology in town as well as to discourage youth from using drugs and alcohol.(the cyclists defeat the use of drugs and alcohol by being involved in sport activities) the cyclists donated 8 footballs to 8 clubs in different areas of the town, on their way to Mohale`s Hoek 31kilometers away, the cyclists met with the minister of Youth, Sports and Recreation Mr. Thesele `Maseribane. The minister had a little talk with the cyclists, during a talk both parties agreed to work together. At the end of the tour the cyclists’ donated 2 footballs to Sky Battalion club, the coach of the team said that a talk with the cyclists was like getting into the world of new ideas. Four days later the minister visited the cyclists and donated 3balls and 30 sweater jackets to cyclists