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Mamelodi Sundown continue celebrating 50 year of the existence of the club and achievement.

The relaunch of Zebediela branch and celebration of 50 years of Mamelodi Sundowns at Zebediela.

The relaunch of Zebediela branch and celebration of 50 years. It was a busy day at ga Madisha with supporters wearing their usual colours. The green and yellow colour of Mamelodi Sundowns.The members of Mamelodi sundowns all cross the Limpopo province are gathered at Ga Madisa in Zebediela the place of their late defender Motjeka Ace Madisha. Its been days the committees of zebediela branch and their leadership planning to relaunch the Zebediela Branch. Their plans was stopped by the out break of covid-19 pandemic. Finally today they managed to gather and Relaunch their branch after president adjested number of people to attend events. Greater bushbuckbridge branch, Giyani branch, Seshego branch, Mokopane branch, Polokwane branch, GTR. Siyabuswa, Bolobedu branch, Thohoyandou Branch, Modimolle branch,Tafelkop and the Zebediela brancher are the were available at the event. The chairperson of Sundowns Thando said" we are very happy to be here relaunch and celebrate 50 years of the club. I am happy with the attendence of people. Our people really showed us that they have love for club. This celebration is not just a celebration, we are reuniting with people of Limpopo. We want unity amongst people especially within our branches in the province. We are happy to be here at the place of our later brother Motjeka Ace Madisha. We are saying to people of Zebediela especially here in ga Madisha, sundowns is your home of love. We dont discriminated anyone, we say come and alight the yellow train. We are happy to see our Member singing and dancing showing love to the club. We also thank you people in media space to cover this event and showing us love, support and trust. Thank you, sundowns for people of LImpopo."

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