Future Kings teams up with KZN Cricket Union
Founded by radio personality and businessman Rams Mabote, Future Kings is an initiative that focuses on grooming young boys to become useful, responsible citizens.
Now the KwaZulu-Natal Cricket Union has teamed up with Future Kings to encourage young men to be the best versions of themselves.
Speaking on the Xolani Gwala Show, Mabote says he's been running the initiative for 4 years and to bring the KZN Cricket Union on board means a lot.
There is not a greater time for the seriousness of building a new man in South Africa. We have superstars assaulting their girlfriends and men threatening journalists with rape.Rams Mabote, Founder - Future Kings
For Cricket KZN to partner with us is the greatest thing that says we need all of us as South Africans to create a better man in society .Rams Mabote, Founder - Future Kings
Mabote encourages people to support Future Kings and help young boys grow into extraordinary individuals.
Click below to listen to the full interview:
This article first appeared on 702 : Future Kings teams up with KZN Cricket Union
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