Andile Mpisane's Soccer Team Defies All Odds

Andile is the youngest chairman in the premier league

By  | May 17, 2021, 10:59 AM  | Andile Mpisane  | Top of The

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Andile Mpisane made his mother super proud yesterday after Royal AM's triumphant win over Tuks. In what was described as a dramatic win, Royal AM is just one step closer to being promoted to the DStv Premier League. This will automatically make Andile Mpisane the youngest chairman on the league as well.

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Yesterday, Royal AM played against Tuks during the Glad Africa Championship, and won and secured 3 points. After the game, Andile proudly spoke about proving people as they were on the verge of losing. But in the end, they managed to come out victorious.
As it stands, Royal AM is sitting at number 1 on the Glad Africa Championship and has 50 points, thanks to their 3-point win yesterday.

Mzansi is so ready to watch the young man who juggles many hats play at the DSTv premier league next season. Andile prides himself for being a soccer player, but he is also a Gqom artist and businessman.

Here are some of the reactions:
Social media users cannot overlook just how much of a great mother Shauwn Mkhize is to Andile. We mean, she bought a soccer team, then made her son the chairman. Before anybody knew it, he was on the field playing ball with the team. Andile was then compared to Jomo Sono because he too wore the number 10 jersey.

Andile also has a heart of Gold. The young man used his star power to give back to struggling students with his contribution to the Fees Must Fall initiative.

On his 20th birthday, he promised to pay R10 000 for 20 students with recurring debt. Recently he said R200 000 was nothing but a drop in the ocean so he decided to raise the stakes and donate a further R300 000, making the donation worth half a million.

"Thank you to everyone who responded Royal AM Fees Must Fall Campaign. The response was overwhelming but my team managed to review ALL the applications and I am pleased to announce the beneficiaries that will be receiving funding for the 2021 academic year," he announced the listed beneficiaries which total 56 students.

He continued, "Given the response we received, I realised that R200k was a drop in the ocean. I managed to allocate an additional R300k which brings our total to half a million rands which I’m dedicating to funding and additional 36 students. So in total we a have 56 beneciaries.

"Lastly, thank you to everyone that supported this initiative and helped raise awareness. I’d like to encourage those who are able, to lend a helping and invest in the youth," he announced.

His mother expressed how proud she is of him and could not stop singing his praises, "Well done my son , you have never stopped to amazed me , I am so proud to be a mother to you and put other people first before you , keep on doing the good my Prince mommy loves you."

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