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  • Advantages for Consideration

  • Contribute to grass root level development

  • Contribute to healthy and active communities

  • Contribute to pro-active involvement in sport


  • Branding Opportunities on RSD Rugby Days

  • Exposure on RSD Social Media Platform & Marketing Material

  • Logo on Branded kids rugby day merchandise (Shorts & Caps)


RSD recently diversified into a new direction by forming a partnership with the Minnie Dlamini Sport Goes Rural Foundation. As sport is a global language uniting people from all walks of life, for RSD to get involved was the obvious decision to make. By utilizing the knowledge RSD gained over the past years in sport development for children and contributing this knowledge to a sport development program focused on our rural communities in South Africa, was a no brainer.


Role models like Springbok rugby captain Siya Kolisi, Tendai “Beast” Mtawaira and Makazole Mapimpi is a few previously disadvantaged kids that through persistence, determination and self-belief overcame adversity and poverty stricken backgrounds, making it to the top of the sporting world.


RSD’s and Minnie Dlamini Jones’s vision is to build on this foundation, by getting involved in a development program that will benefit thousands of young Siya’s, from grass root level.


SSD (Soccer Skills Development) and NSD (Netball Skills Development joined forces and also committed their skills and knowledge in the field of Soccer and Netball as their contribution to this amazing initiative.


Sponsorships and contributions are required in order to help drive, grow and sustain this initiative. As the measure of leadership is influence, it requires a dedicated and continuous effort by all parties concerned to take this development program to the next level.