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National First Division side Dynamos this week concluded a medical deal worth R100 000 with Polokwane-based Japie Visser Pharmacy.
The deal, which will see the pharmacy taking care of all the medical needs of the players and officials, has an option for renewal when it expires at the end of the season.
"We are very grateful for the confidence that Japie Visser Pharmacy in Polokwane has shown in us," said a jubilant July Malabela, Dynamos' managing director.
"We have been spending a lot on medicines and this deal has come in handy for us."
Andre Visser, the pharmacy's co-director, said: "This is exciting news for us to be associated with a team of Dynamos' caliber.
"We are based in Limpopo and it makes business sense to partner with a prominent club in the province."
The deal came after a series of meetings between Visser and Dynamites' general manager Bothwell "BK" Matewe.
Dynamos made headlines this week when it was revealed that the Giyani side had contravened sections of the Unemployment Insurance Act. The Act requires every employer to provide information on all employees to the Unemployment Insurance Commissioner.