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Mpumalanga - Siyabuswa


Mpumalanga - Siyabuswa

Location: Siyabuswa
Members: 138
Latest Activity: Feb 11, 2020

Welcome to Siyabuswa!

Here are some pictures of our journey!

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Whoonga is killing us.

Since the beginning of this year I have attended 6 funerals of youth due to whoonga n it pains me to see more of our brothers and sisters still going down that road,people like Patrick Patt should be…Continue

Started by michael maphanga Feb 11, 2020.


To most people (especially black people in urban areas) growing up in a rural area seems like a boring experience, with dull memories and thought to be a huge set back. To some extend i would agree…Continue

Started by Lebo Lekgwathi May 29, 2010.

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Comment by michael maphanga on February 11, 2020 at 8:46pm
Magana / makopanong is back we apologize for being quite for so long but now our project is back to normal
Comment by Ayanda Sacred on June 11, 2015 at 10:00am

Asixoxeni bangani

Comment by SKENKI SIMON BLANGWE on May 13, 2015 at 5:49pm
I spend most of my Sunday in siyabuwa with coach Junior watching soccer at the sametime we were scouting or identifie talent for Sundowns academy also ladies team and we manage to get four boys and a girl. Very natural and skilful. Halala siyabuwa halala

Walala wasala
Comment by wayne on April 26, 2013 at 12:51pm

youn better be 

Comment by James kekana on January 8, 2013 at 6:43pm
Its been a long journey since 2010,trying by all means to make a major impact on our comunities and make changes but the efforts somehow are not now im prepared to take the next step..change is coming and its start right here. Let me focus on my goals and make them possible.
Comment by James kekana on June 25, 2012 at 4:01pm

June 16 event.

June 16 event was a success as we managed to have 496 people attending the event. We had the following activies taking place drama,gumboot,dancing,speeches,poem,netball and soccer. i gues we will do more in the future and do more events. thanks to Tebogo,Kabelo,Tshepo,Sibusiso,Thulisile and Thabisile for their effort for arranging that event in short space of time. i will add videos and pics of the event,

Comment by James kekana on June 24, 2012 at 2:15pm

first of all i would like to thank god for giving me life and creating me uniquely. I have been in Joburg the past few days and attended monitoring & evaluation seminar were i learned a lot from leaders of youthzone programme around S.A and Zimbabwe my brother Teremiah. Well it was alearning curve as we had a sesssion with Proffesor from UNISA and Antie-marie and Unathi who make us how important we are and how life is and how to live it.

We went to Santon city were we met soccer legends Jerry Skhosana,Mark Fishand Lucas Radebe promoting new ADIDAS predator.

We also went to freedom park were there was a debate function which went well as we had a motivational speaker even though everything was about him and we had a match in the windy condition but we manage to play.

It was quiet an experience to share so much and make friendship.


Comment by SKENKI SIMON BLANGWE on April 4, 2012 at 6:29pm

Enjoyed been at Seyabuswa location at Mpumalanga from 29 march to 02 April. There were top 8 tournament on that weekend started on Saturday and the final was on Sunday. Young killer played opening game of the tournament and they lost 1-O to Dagga FC. Young killers defeat was coursed by lack of dicipline, communication and they lost four key player due to management conflicts and players

Comment by bongani tshepo mahlangu on April 3, 2012 at 2:48pm

one question where were this pictures taken... coz i cannot even recognise a single place

Comment by doctor mabila on December 13, 2011 at 2:23pm

On the 10th of Dec 2011, Simon and Doc attended a Siyabuswa Youthzones Tournament where eight teams participated and there was one winner who went away with R3600. The tournament was held in Maganagobuswa Soccer Field and the tournament was organised by youthzones family members Senior and Sello.   It was great seeing the community having fun together, boys, men, girls, mamas selling food etc. It was a huge success and the Young Killers were knocked out at the early stages losing 3-0 and there had millions of drunk coaches  who wanted say something at the same time. Hence on the 12th of Dec, Doc held intense training session boosting their confidence and restore their team unity. On the 11th of Dec, we then went to work in Libangeni where we hang out with the mamas team and the boys and all the coaches . We then gave the Montana FC four pair of soccer boots and three pairs to mamas.

Around 11am on the 12th of Dec 2011, we then drove straight to Jane Furse where there was also a major tournament running. 


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