Salima Sugar Company Limited has cemented its partnership with TNM Super League debutants Dedza Dynamos by releasing K6 million to cater for the team’s activities in the month of July.
The company is expected to pump in K48 million to enable Dynamos fulfill their Super League and cup commitments.
Both Salima Sugar Company Secretary Charles Thupi and the club’s patron Lewis Yumbe Msukwa confirmed the development yesterday.
Thupi said this was in line with their contractual obligation.
“According to the contract, we will also provide uniform for both home and away matches plus training kit sponsorship.
“You may agree with us that the club is doing well. The supporters have also been behaving well in all aspects including promoting our brand,” Thupi said.
On his part, Msukwa said they received the money before the side defeated Sable Farming 2-1 in a TNM Super League match at Mulanje Park Stadium on Sunday.
“We will be able to pay salaries and bonuses to our players,” Msukwa said.
Dynamos are on position seven with 25 points from 16 matches in the league.
The debutants also booted Silver Strikers out of the FDH Bank Cup 5-4 on post-match penalties in a round of 32 tie.