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SHOSHOLOZA

With 25 years of experience under his belt, owner Daryl Scott, continually pushes boundaries in terms of product, development and concept in the industry. 

He created the Wasp brand in 1994 and over a period of 10 years secured the endorsements of rugby playing legends Wayne Fyvie, Gary Teichmann, Mark Andrews, Percy Montgomery, Selborne Boome, Hottie Louw, Butch James, Joe van Niekerk, Ollie le Roux, Brent Russell and Victor Matfield to wear the Wasp shoulderpads, headgear and gloves. Other sporting greats such as Karen Roberts, who captained the South African hockey team used Wasp hockey sticks and Errol Stewart the cricket equipment. The Wonderball was endorsed by cricketing legend, Alan Donald.

  In 2004, Mr Price bought the business and the Wasp brand … a stepping stone towards realizing what is today, Mr Price Sports.

In 2006, Daryl left Mr Price and started Teamplay Trading.

Teamplay Trading was involved in the Football World Cup 2010, supplying the Bafana Bafana supporter shirt, the Football Friday initiative to schools and corporates, as well as other licensed Bafana product for retail.

Having developed product for local retail giants - Wasp, Maxed, Promaster for Mr Price Sports, Invader for Pick n Pay and Pro Action for Edgars, in the past, Daryl’s focus now is on the creation and development of SHOSHOLOZA as a truly great South African Sports Brand.SHOSHOLOZA is synonymous with South African sport and has a huge emotional attachment with its supporters,says Scott.

“The success of this important initiative can only be realized with the support of  ALL South Africans who share in the vision of creating something that is African, South African, and a brand that we can all be proud of,” says Scott.

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