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Spin city to host charity show in Keetmanshoop

by Rodney Pienaar

The Windhoek Spin City (WSC) will be hosting an extravaganza of spinners to raise funds for infrastructure development at the Krolien Primary School in Keetmanshoop this weekend.

Speaking to The Villager Sport, WSC spokesperson Joel Nambahu said that this event will be a show of solidarity to assist communities in need.

“We will be in Keetmanshoop in support of the school. We are looking forward to a fun-filled show.  This will be our first charity show in the south of the country. We are going to give back to the community as our social responsibility. We are looking forward to the spin show and some other activities that have been organised by the school will also take place,” he said. 

The show will only include two veterans while the rest of it is expected to be reigned by non-professional spinners. 

Well known spinner ‘Wamboe seun’ is expected to entertain the crowd with two different vehicles at the show. 

“It is all thanks to Monster Energy and the tow-ins that are involved in transporting the vehicles to the south. We are very gratefully, if it was not for them it would not have been possible,” he said. 

He also said that the WSC is looking to spread the word on motor sports in order to pull in more participants and educate communities on the art.