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Wafa Wafa Roadshow stops over in City


McCarthy and Tsutsulupa showed off the trophy when they visited the Kimberley CBD at lunchtime on Friday.

Lefa Tsutsulupa (left) and Fabian McCarthy stopped over in Kimberley on Friday to promote the last leg of the MTN8 comptetition. Picture: Neville Motlhabakwe

The MTN8 “Wafa Wafa” soccer competition ambassadors Fabian McCarthy and Lefa Tsutsulupa made a scheduled stopover in the Diamond City on Friday as part of the promotion drive of the annual competition with R8 million prize money.

The pair called in at Bothaville, Free State on Sunday where MTN put up a widescreen for the pair and an assortment of fans who will watch the second game of the two-legged semi-final between Kaizer Chiefs and nemesis Orlando Pirates. The teams will be fighting for a place in the final at the FNB stadium in Gauteng on Sunday.

In the other semi-final between Supersport United bowed before Bloemfontein Celtic on Saturday at the Dr Elias Molemele Stadium in Bloemfontein after sharing the points last week.

McCarthy and Tsutsulupa showed off the trophy at a local eatery in the Kimberley central business district at lunchtime on Friday. The trophy itself is worth “millions” as well according to both McCarthy and Tsutsulupa.

The MTN marketing team will also make more stopovers in several other provinces in the run-up to the final of the football competition. The final is due to take place sometime in December this year.

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