EMIRATES AIRLINE PARK, SOUTH AFRICA - February 13: Lions team just before kickoff before the Vodacom Super Rugby match between the Emirates Lions and the Hurricanes played at Emirates Airline Park, Johannesburg, South Africa. (Photo by Anton Geyser/ Rugby 15)

GLRU and LeadSA join forces

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The Golden Lions Rugby Union and LeadSA have joined forces in the fight against racism.

Lead SA is a personal call to every person to make a difference. We all have a responsibility to make the world a better place. It could be as simple as making a stranger smile or as big as fighting to further the rights entrenched in our Constitution. Each act makes a difference.

The GLRU has a no-tolerance attitude toward all aspects of hatred of which racism is one of the biggest. That is why we decided to get on board with LeadSA in fighting racism during the 2016 Vodacom Super Rugby.

 

Report incidents of racism – sms your name and seat number to 43300, and say no to racism with LeadSA and Emirates Lions.  

 

EAP shall be entitled to refuse admission or readmission to, or to eject from the stadium or its grounds, any person who does not comply with the following rules as it is of the utmost importance that the Precinct be a safe and secure environment for its visitors:

 

No rude, racist or insulting behavior

No Alcohol will be allowed to enter the stadium

No persons under the influence of alcohol will be tolerated

No swearing or rude language

No fighting or throwing objects

 

No behavior of actions that are deemed to infringe on any other persons comfort, enjoyment or safety

 

All spectators in the stand will be under constant CCTV surveillance

 

Measures are continuously taken to ensure that spectators at EAP can enjoy a safe and entertaining atmosphere without concerns about safety.

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