Saturday, 18 February 2012

brazil advises zambia government to hasten sports infrastructure development

the brazilian government has advised the zambian government to hasten the process of engaging the private sector in sports infrastructure development so that more talent can be identified.
in its congratulatory message to the chipolopolo boys for winning the africa cup of nation’s tournament, the brazilian government says the zambian government needs to engage the private sector in a public private partnership and offer them incentives which will boost their businesses.
embassy of brazil deputy head of mission secretary jackson lima says even though zambia has shown the world that its not about having infrastructure to achieve anything in football, it is cardinal that it begins to prepare for the future now.
mr. lima has pointed out that brazil is ready to help zambia raise its football standards adding that it is also looking forward to have zambia at the 2014 world cup in brazil.
and on a positive note, sports and youth minister chishimba kambwili earlier this week indicated that his ministry is in the process of engaging the private sector players such as the mines to start sponsoring football especially for teams on the copperbelt.
mr. kambwili said government will also continue to improve the sports infrastructure in the country

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