Creating a better Mzansi through sport and development
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Dumelang hae mo
Waking up in a community guesthouse of one of my old buddies Mr Mashiya in the middle of the village in Molata Village in Qwaqwa and seeing the mist of Lesotho mountains, people riding horses and wearing blankets. Beauty at its best. It was nice to hang out with my old buddies Lolo, veli, mafotha, modikotsi, and is nice to see these heroes they keep it going and keep on what they love it can be veli vj-ing in qwaqwa radio or Lolo who is now a station manager, captain of the mamas team, mme moloi with her bluegumbosch mamas team, mafotha as he is now a cop and still coaching the young lads, ..... Modikotsi with her netball team and her craziness as usual.
Is great to be Phuthaditjaba tonight. Catching up with all old friends.
Youth making a difference and creating hope and opportunities for each other through youth zones programmes
Qwaqwa Radio vs Betlehem SAPS
On the 27th March 2011, our Youthzone friends, Qwaqwa Radio, in Phuthaditjhaba played a soccer game vs Betlehem SAPS in Bohlokong Stadium in Betlehem. The game went very well and the players and supporters were having fun and hanging out and knowing each other and becoming friends. Schalk and I were invited to come and play by our friends. Qwaqwa Radio won by 5-4. During the first half, Qwaqwa Radio was had much of the ball possession and many chances hence we were leading by 4-1. Tshepo Morake, only 17, the son of Joseph Morake, the sweeper of the day, had hat-trick. Tshepo was the man of the match definitely. It was raining but that it could not stop the chaps playing the game. At the end of the day friends were made, there was braaing after the game. Beauty!
Essay contest: is playing soccer a child right?
The 10th of December is International Human Rights Day. A day to celebrate the importance of human rights for freedom and peace around the world. On this day we also celebrate the Rights of the Child. The United Nations agreed that all the children in the world have the same rights. Children have the right to a safe home, to go to school, and to play. A very popular play in South Africa is soccer. It teaches you to cooperate with ateam, how to handle losing a game, and much more. During the World Cup this year, the whole world could see how important soccer is in South Africa.
Soccer is a way for young South Africans to develop, learn to express yourselves and prepare yourself for life. We believe in the power of soccer: yes""> young South Africans can exercise their right to play and develop their future. But what do we really know?? The Netherlands Embassy would like to hear your stories and challenges you to write about what playing soccer means to you. Did it give you opportunities that you otherwise would not have had? Do you think playing soccer is important to you and your development?
You can send your story of ½ to 1 page before 1 January 2010 yes"" to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please, mention your name and age. The best 5 essays will win an official Netherlands team jersey with your name on it! So don’t hesitate and start writing!
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