Giants Dynamos and Highlanders have received US$140 000 worth of branded kits courtesy of their principal sponsors Sakunda Holdings.
The country’s most successful teams are on a three-year financial partnership deal with the energy giants since late last year.
But the two teams have not been using branded kits in their matches as their kit manufacturing partners OTB Looks were still finalizing on the designs and subsequent production.
And this Friday both clubs received four sets of playing kits each with two home, one away and an alternative kit.
The sponsors also unveiled training, warm-up and travelling gear for the two giants.
Speaking at the unveiling ceremony, Sakunda Holdings Chief Executive Kuda Tagwireyi said his company’s relationship with both clubs was cast in stone.
“It is our hope as Sakunda Holdings that the kit will raise confidence amongst the Dynamos and Highlanders troops. Our manufacturing partners OTB Looks have also done a great job in coming up with the quality they have produced,” said Tagwireyi.
“As Sakunda Holdings, we will continue to financially back the two clubs. There is also a lot that we are doing for the teams. In Harare we have negotiated with the City of Harare for a deal that will see us upgrading Rufaro Stadium for the love of the game.
“We are also improving the Highlanders club in so many ways. We will continue helping the clubs out.
“We will also not put any pressure on the two teams. Instead our advice to the teams is that they should be patient with the technical teams so that they can allow a growth process to take place unhindered.
“We know at the end of the day these teams will post great successes. We are not associated with failure as Sakunda Holdings.”
The clubs hailed the development as well.
Highlanders chairman Johnfat Sibanda said the coming in of Sakunda has renewed competitiveness within the Bosso ranks while his Dynamos counterpart Isaiah Mupfurutsa echoed the same sentiments.