As per the Confederation of African Football’s (CAF’s) club licensing; there are minimum standards that must be met in football for the sake of developing the sport. Indeed there is light at the end of the tunnel as a total of 33 Sports Medicine and 11 Administration Instructorship candidates graduated on Monday; 10th June 2019 at Sibane Hotel.
This event was graced by the Honourable Minister of Sports, Culture and Youth Affairs, Minister Harries Bulunga; Executive of the Eswatini Football Association (EFA) and Senior Government Officials to mention just a few.
“I believe that the graduates will contribute a lot towards football development”; said Bulunga. These shows the vital tasks that the graduates are expected to execute in the football industry. The Honourable Minister stated that these courses will address the gap that existed for a long time in football of which he tasks the EFA to have more of such courses in order to develop the sport. “Professionalization of the game is in line with the country’s vision of which education can enhance the fulfilment of it”; Bulunga said. It is for this reason that the Honourable Minister reminded the graduates that; learning is never an event as they have to keep on upgrading themselves.