Renault partners with Netball South Africa

Renault South Africa has announced that it would be the official vehicle partner for Netball South Africa (NSA).

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Renault South Africa firmly believes in the power of women's sports and recognises the importance of supporting and celebrating female athletes. With a significant proportion of female buyers of Renault vehicles, the brand is dedicated to supporting and championing women's achievements, with Netball South Africa providing the perfect platform for a meaningful contribution within the realm of sport, according to the manufacturer.

Netball South Africa has been at the forefront of nurturing talent through various initiatives, regional competitions and, importantly, through grooming our national team – the Spar Proteas. As one of the most popular and fastest growing sports in the country, netball has attracted a considerable number of enthusiastic participants and an ever-growing spectator base, making it a prominent and inclusive sport in South Africa.

"We are pleased to become the exclusive vehicle partner of Netball South Africa. This partnership gives us an opportunity to become involved in one of the largest growing sports from grassroots through to our national athletes, aligning perfectly with our sports marketing vision to become a leading brand for change in women’s sport in SA,” said Shumani Tshifularo, CEO for Renault South Africa.

Renault South Africa and Netball South Africa are committed to working together to promote women's sport, celebrate exceptional athletes and drive positive change in society. The partnership represents a shared vision of empowering women and supporting the growth of netball in our country.

Netball South Africa's President, Cecilia Molokwane, expressed her appreciation of what this partnership represents: "We are thrilled to have Renault South Africa on board. Their intention to support women's sports is commendable, and we look forward to a fruitful partnership that will contribute positively to our athletes and elevate the sport to new heights."

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