Creating a better Mzansi through sport and development
Matric Outreach!!! (by Luvuyo Lonwabo Precious Bayeni)Continue
The time has come for the Grade 12 to make their mark. The year 2010 was clouded by
happy and sad memories. We saw the World Cup lift up peaople's spirit and unity
within the country, and continent as a whole. That experience was short-lived though
with the Public service strike that dragged forever, needless to say its
consequences still haunt us even today.
Despite all this it was then necesseccary…
We are all different,and we all things in common.our diversity enriches us,and makesus stronger,wiser and more creative.when you have a prejudiced view for or against something someone,we call this bias,a stereotype is a fixed idea that we have about a particular person or thing.Discrimination means treting a person or group of people unfairly because of gender,race,etc for example,in…Continue
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BE HAPPY WIHT PEOPLE ANYWAY
People are often unreasonable. illogical and self-centred;
Added by Richard Siwela on January 17, 2011 at 8:40am — No Comments
Is great and rewarding to hear from different individuals to hear that Youthzone 2010 matric participants did well in the final exams and people appreciating our work and most above our friendship.
Below are some of the sms 'es I got this year recently:
This From Mr. Nair, Headmaster in Holy Family Combined School, Mogwase: hi Doc, Happy New Year! Good news: 100% pass and 72% university entrance. Please share with Schalk and Mr Meyer.
It is great to be back in 20elevate, I hope you are all well and in good spirit. This year we must display more integrity, remember: Integrity is doin the right thing even if no one is watchin. I am humbled to be part of this generation, the generation that has got ambition.
Last year passed with its up and downs and yet we are still stand strong. Lets do it again this year, lift our heads up and claim success. You may not alwys choose…Continue
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