B3 Insurance Brokers joins the community of Mamelodi in honouring soccer legend Jan Malombo Lechaba

18 April 2019 B3 Insurance Brokers
The Chairman of B3, Mr Matthews Mogafe and Jan Malombo Lechaba with tournament participants.

The Chairman of B3, Mr Matthews Mogafe and Jan Malombo Lechaba with tournament participants.

B3 Insurance Brokers, an authorized financial services provider has partnered with Mamelodi All Stars Foundation to host the inaugural Jan Malombo Lechaba Easter 16 tournament.

The tournament, aimed at honouring football legend Malombo for his contribution in the football industry since the beginning of his professional football career in 1973, will take place at Muckleneuk Sports Grounds in Mamelodi West from 19 – 22 April 2019.

“B3 believe in local talent and as a responsible busines has been a great supporter of football including the young development and now we are even more excited to be involved in community football initiatives which are aimed at celebrating and recognizing the contributions made by football legends such as Jan Malombo Lechaba” The Chairman of B3, Mr Matthews Mogafe,

Malombo, since his retirement from in 1998, has been instrumental ensuring the community of Mamelodi get platforms to showcase their football talent. He is currently scouting players for Mamelodi Sundowns.

“With the tournament, the foundation wants to unearth the young soccer talent in and around Pretoria. We want to encourage, promote and advance the beautiful game of football with the objective of taking our youth out of the streets where they might be exposed to drugs, alcohol abuse and other unhealthy lifestyle, said Danny Ramalapa of Mamelodi All Stars Foundation


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