Bongi Msomi Looks Forward to Developing Young Stars

SPAR Proteas captain Bongi Msomi lauded Telkom’s Stand Tall campaign, which aims to use netball as catalyst to encourage South African youth to embrace their individuality, follow their dreams whilst growing participation in the sport ahead of the tournament. Photo: gsport

SPAR Proteas captain Bongi Msomi lauded Telkom’s Stand Tall campaign, which aims to use netball as catalyst to encourage South African youth to embrace their individuality, follow their dreams whilst growing participation in the sport ahead of the tournament.

On Wednesday, 8 February 2023, Telkom announced Msomi alongside national team-mates Izette Griesel; Khanyisa Chawane and Tshina Mdau as ambassadors to inspire young South Africans to reach their potential ahead of the first African hosted Netball World Cup 2023, set to take place in Cape Town in July.

Young South Africans Urged to Stand Tall by Netball Heroes

 

“I’d love to use my involvement in Stand Tall to plough back and develop upcoming athletes as well as young people, so they can end up better than I am. By partnering with Telkom on this inspiring initiative, my hope is that I will come closer to achieving this goal and harness the platform of netball to inspire our youth, no matter what their dream may be,” revealed Msomi at the official launch.

Check out the thread below on gsport’s #StandTall launch coverage!

 

 

Photo 1 Caption: SPAR Proteas captain Bongi Msomi lauded Telkom’s Stand Tall campaign, which aims to use netball as catalyst to encourage South African youth to embrace their individuality, follow their dreams whilst growing participation in the sport ahead of the tournament. Photo: gsport

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