Creating a better Mzansi through sport and development

Limpopo - Steelpoort


Limpopo - Steelpoort

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I Can Now See Clearly 4 Replies

In life you must pick or choose best partners and try to figure out your future in early time.

Started by Denice Maphanga. Last reply by thandi kgahliso Nov 13, 2016.

Be awake

I just want to thank youthzone for the use of the Crown Estate and the other side of the Crown (DOCTOR MABILA) #24-07-2015 TO 26-07-2015 via Sabie Trip

Started by Denice Maphanga Jul 31, 2015.

Be Awake: Competition! 2 Replies

We are launching this web competition between Steelpoort and Rustenburg.It simple, by a specific date (somewhere in July) the site with most Youthzone website members will win R4000! Simple.…Continue

Started by Schalk van Heerden. Last reply by Precious Mphogo Jul 27, 2014.

Technology and tradition, could they ever work together?

If yes, why? and if no, why?Continue

Started by Ayanda Sacred Apr 15, 2013.

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Comment by Ayanda Sacred on January 15, 2014 at 10:10pm

Second visit to Steelport but this time I came alone and Sam has been such a great host. Can't wait for tomorrow so I can meet everyone. good night zoners.

Comment by Ayanda Sacred on September 17, 2013 at 12:26pm

Limpopo Public Works Department Bursary for 2014

Limpopo Province experiences a shortage of qualified Engineers, technicians and other needed scarce skills to establish, maintain and manage Government office building, efficiently.
Candidates must be:-
  • South African
  • Intending to or studying towards a degree/diploma at a recognized South African tertiary institute.
  • Able to provide proof of academic results for grade 12 or alternatively be in possession of an acceptable alternate qualification.
  • Accepted by the university/technikon.
  • Accepted by the university/technikon.
  • Final year students at institutions of higher learning.
  • Building Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Quantity Surveying
  • Architectural Science
  • Landscaping
  • Asset Management
  • Information Technology / Management
  • All applications must be for the next academic year.
  • Applicants will not be considered for a bursary if he/ she previously failed unless he / she re-writes or repeats at his/her own expenses.
  • Grade 12 with Mathematics and Science or NTC 3 (National Technical Certificates).
  • Must be South African Citizen.
  • Applications from designated groups will be given preference.
  • Schedules are compiled for selection process.
  • Training Committee will convene a meeting for the selection of candidates.
  • Successful candidates will be notified in writing and advised to sign a bursary agreement with the Department before payments could be made.
  • Proof of registration with particular tertiary institution should be submitted.
  • Payment is made after receiving the statement of account from the institutions.
  • Payments are therefore made in respect of the following items:-
    • Registration
    • Tuition
    • Meals
    • Accommodation
    • Books
After completion of studies, a student is compelled to serve the number of year's equivalent to years of sponsorship.
Failure to comply with the provisions of the bursary agreement will result in the Bursary having to refund immediately all amounts (plus interest) paid by the Department.

Department of Public Works 

Private Bag X9490
Polokwane, 0700
 Limpopo Province
43 Church Str & Paul Kruger

Head Office Contact Number

(015) 284 7000
The closing date for applications is 31st October 2013.

In : 2014 Bursaries 

Comment by Raymond Mashanya on August 5, 2013 at 1:29pm

yah enjoyed being with majita there i was welcomed 

Comment by wayne on August 5, 2013 at 12:13pm

surely you had fun when you were in limpopo, one of my favourate places in south africa, love that place....;-)

Comment by Raymond Mashanya on August 1, 2013 at 11:37am
Hello brothers and sisters from steelport a place not far from my birth place.
Comment by Raymond Mashanya on June 15, 2013 at 9:24am

I got a privilege to travel with doc to steelport when we where on the way i was just busy building my own puzzles about what kind of a place is steelport am i going to fit in with the players all this was the questions that i was asking my self and when we got there all where answered when i received a warm welcoming from a mother mama joahaness wow what a mother indeed friendly we set in a fire she started telling us stories some where emotional and the others were funny they named  black cow blackberry i laughed out loud

the following day we went to steelport what really came into my mind about youthzones is that it believes that learning and sharing does not only happen in a classroom,church or a hall anywhere there can be a learning and sharing be it under a tree or in a shop or soccer field.when we got to steelport all this came into reality when i met city rocks players in a shop all of them together as a sign of unity with the love that i have for youth i went to them start talking to them they opened up pulled a laptop and a modem and learning started to take place the guys learned how to create emails and joining youthzones and after i showed them how is done one of the players started showing others how to create emails and joining youthzones, i was so happy to be with them and their best player mosehla came to join us 

What an experience i had there indeed the slogan says it all:creating a better mzasi through sport and development this is development in another dimension.......BIG UP STEELPORT

Comment by Desiree Matseke on May 20, 2013 at 11:20am

Talk about coming from Limpopo...well I am a proud Limpopian indeed! What a great Ladies Tournament it was, all thanks to Youthzones and Xstrata for the successful event that was hosted. I've learned a thing or two and I believe there's still a lot to learn from Youthzones.Keep up inspiring and bringing HOPE to the communities. God Bless you all

Comment by SKENKI SIMON BLANGWE on May 20, 2013 at 8:47am

Halala mantombaza halala we all supporting you girls.

Comment by Ayanda Sacred on April 15, 2013 at 7:13pm

Yho! what a long drive to here but finally here


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