NORTON legislator Temba Mliswa (INDEPENDENT), who is also a fitness trainer and sports enthusiast has handed over a Springboks scarf to Senate President Mabel Chinomona and a Springboks cap to Speaker of the House of Assembly Advocate Jacob Mudenda.
Mliswa did this soon after the South Africans defeated England 32-12 in a Rugby World Cup match played at the Yokohama International Stadium in Japan on Saturday.
“As the Chairperson of the Parliamentary Sports Club I handed over a Springbok cap to the Speaker of Parliament Jacob Mudenda and a scarf to Senate President Mabel Chinomona,” Mliswa said after the gesture.
Video footage shared online shows Mliswa handing over the Springboks regalia at the Elephant Hills Resorts hotel in Victoria Falls where all the members of Parliament are attending the 2020 Pre-Budget retreat.
Mliswa said the members of the Zimbabwean Parliament are in solidarity with South Africa over its victory.
“We are in solidarity with South Africa as the achievement is good for SADC and Africa.”
It was the Springboks’ third World Cup title which drew them level with the All Blacks for most Webb Ellis Cups won.
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