You can’t keep a good man down
Former Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs skipper Jimmy Tau, who has recently severed ties with Naturena based glamour boys outfit, is not showing any signs of slowing down. Despite Tau having made a miraculous return to the game, after a horrendous ankle injury in the previous season, he will not be part of the Kaizer Chiefs championship defending campaign for the 2013/14 season.
That type of news would put many people down but not Jimmy, the eternal optimist. It all makes sense why he was afforded the responsibility to lead both Soweto Giants teams as the captain. The IMM educated Tau is returning triumphantly to Kimberly. Tau will be returning to his home town and the Northern Cape to launch his new business venture.
Tau is not your typical soccer star; he is a role model and a businessman, whilst all the media are abuzz about where he will be playing in the new season, Jimmy Tau is powering ahead on Friday the 14th He will be launching his first Bataung Memorial Tombstones store at No.4 Chapel Road, Kimberly. He will not only be launching his store but announcing his appointment as the Bataung Regional Head for Northern Cape Province.
Jimmy Tau said “This will be my proudest moment because; through this business I will be able to make a small contribution by creating a few jobs for people of Kimberly”. He added that he was grateful to all the people that have supported his careers both Soccer and business and he will make them proud.
It’s not hard to see why Jimmy Tau is such an icon in our soccer but also in society, Tau regularly gives back to his community and recently donated a tombstone to a Chiefs fan that had recently passed on in tragic circumstances.
Details of Event: Number 4 Chapel Road, Kimberly – Time: 12:00
For interviews please contact Jimmy Tau on 072 260 2297 or Lebohang Khitsane (CEO of Bataung) 083 522 1931
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